Since news of sexual abuse charges against former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky and perjury charges against former athletic director Tim Curley and former vice president for business and finance Gary Schultz broke over the weekend, many have speculated about what type of hit the Nittany Lions will take on the recruiting trail as a result.
Penn State target Noah Spence may have offered a glimpse on Twitter on Monday afternoon.
Spence is a five-star rated defensive end prospect out of Bishop McDevitt in Harrisburg. He's Pennsylvania's top ranked recruit, according to his Rivals.com profile, and has offers from a host of programs including Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Ohio State, Alabama and Notre Dame to name a few.
Many had hoped he'd become the crowned jewel of Penn State's 2012 recruiting class, currently ranked No. 19 in the country by Rivals. It appears his interest in the school has soured now, though, which could be a signal of troubles to come for a program in turmoil.