The Noles are the latest beneficiary of Penn State's punishment. TE Kevin Haplea will join the team in time for the season with two years to play. But just how much impact will he have?
Haplea was listed second on the post-spring depth chart as the blocking TE. In 2011, Haplea recorded just three catches for 21 yards and a touchdown. He played in every game the past two seasons, catching six passes for 60 yards and one touchdown.
Nick O'Leary and even Dan Hicks have a big edge on Haplea, who has to learn the playbook and system like a freshman. Speaking of which, 4-Star signee