UPDATE 2: WYFF4 updates their story:
Friday Update: WYFF News 4 has called and emailed Penn State to find out if Sandusky was still scouting or recruiting for Penn State recently in the Upstate. No one from the University has commented.
Ah Ching’s coach, Greer High School’s Will Young, says he is not aware anyone representing Penn State attended a spring game.
Ah Ching stands by his story that Sandusky was in the stands.
UPDATE: Ah Ching's high school athletic director says Ching is lying. Penn State football reporter Ben Jones:
Original post on Ching is after the jump.
Ranked last year by ESPNU as the 26th linebacker prospect in the country, Ah Ching said he was paid a visit by Penn State's former assistant coach, Jerry Sandusky.
“He came to my last spring game going into my senior season. He liked how I moved, laterally, and how gifted I am,” said Ah Ching.
But days after Sandusky was charged with sexually abusing young boys, leading to the firing of football coach Joe Paterno and university President Graham Spanier, Ah Ching scratched Penn State off his list of where he'd continue his football career.
So, yeah, not only was Sandusky allowed to hang around the school and program long after Joe Paterno and university officials knew of allegations against him (and testified to a grand jury), but he may have been recruiting for the school, presumably with its consent.