Shaquon Anderson-Butts gave Micah Parsons his best recruiting pitch Tuesday evening, and Ohio State and Nebraska fans won't like it. The Harrisburg senior receiver, who is committed to Penn State, has been trying to get Parsons, who backed off a commitment to the Nittany Lions in April, back in the fold. After Parsons got his jersey, Anderson-Butts was asked what his best recruiting pitch to his friend and teammate is. And he went all-in. "Ohio State got pounded by Oklahoma," Anderson-Butts said.
Micah Parsons slid his Army All-American jersey on Tuesday afternoon in front of a filled Harrisburg High auditorium. A throng of media showed up to take it all in, and he was celebrated by an enthusiastic student body that turned out to watch him be officially presented with the jersey. But, as the festivities wound down, he turned his mind to the people who, he said, never believed he'd be in the position. "I went through my trials and tribulations early," Parsons said.
The band played, the cheerleaders cheered and the Harrisburg High gym filled to watch Shaquon Anderson-Butts get his Under Armour All-American jersey Monday afternoon. He just kept smiling. "It's just a blessing," the Harrisburg senior receiver said. "To be compared to guys like Julio Jones, AJ Green, Leonard Fournette ... it's just amazing." Anderson-Butts, who is committed to Penn State, said he "couldn't have imagined" a day like Monday.
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