Growing up 90 miles from State College in York County, Adam Geiger joins a long line of Penn State football talent from south central Pennsylvania. Geiger was a strong contributor on the scout team during his true freshman season. The former Trinity High School standout saw action in three games on special teams, including the thrilling four-overtime win against Michigan. With continued progress in the weight room and on the practice field, Geiger will add depth to the running back corps and on special teams and again play a vital role for the Nittany Lion scout team. Geiger is among 17 returning Nittany Lions from Central Pennsylvania.
2013 (Freshman Season)
Geiger saw action in three games on special teams as a true freshman. He was among 12 true freshmen to make their debut. Geiger played in the dramatic, 43-40 quadruple-overtime win against Michigan, in addition to the road games against Ohio State and Minnesota.
Geiger lettered all four season at Trinity High School and head coach Bill Ragni, rushing for over 1,200 yards during each of his final three seasons. He was a three-time first team All-Mid-Penn Conference selection at running back and was elected team captain during his final two seasons with the Shamrocks. He amassed 1,5010 yards rushing and added 222 yards receiving as a senior, scoring 15 rushing touchdowns and one receiving score. His junior season included 1,112 yards on the ground and his 12 receptions netted 184 yards. He scored 20 rushing touchdowns, three receiving touchdowns and returned a kick for a touchdown. As a sophomore he totaled 1,419 rushing yards and found the end zone 20 times, catching 21 passes for 316 yards. He also lettered in wrestling, finishing third at the 2013 PIAA State Championships, and track and field.
Full name is Adam Geiger. He is the son of Joel Angela Geiger. He has one brother, Matthew. Intends on majoring in computer sciences to pursue a career in the computer systems field. Born July 8, 2994 in York, Pa.