The easy answer to your question would be traveling to Ohio State. Ohio State will have a fairly young secondary, and loses a couple key pieces on offense, but an experienced J.T. Barrett and Urban Meyer at home is tough to beat.
The trap game that might be overlooked will be traveling to East Lansing to face the Michigan State Spartans the week following Ohio State. It is tough as nails to travel back to back weeks in the Big Ten, especially when it's two of the hardest venues to go into and win. Michigan State will be improved and will remember last year's beatdown in Happy Valley.
Penn State will always look to get the best kids out of Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, and Ohio first. Between those four states, there is more than enough four-star recruits. However, there is unquestionably the best recruits in the states of Georgia, California, Florida, and Texas. Penn State will get a kid like Justin Fields from Georgia fairly often, but it's so hard to recruit the state of Texas heavily from Pennsylvania. That being said, Virginia, could be the next pipeline state for the Nittany Lions.
As Penn State keeps winning, more and more kids from all over the country will continue to show interest in Franklin's program.
I am sure Penn State will implement him into the offensive game plan somehow, some way. We won't know the capacity of this role for a long time, but it is fun to imagine him playing both sides of the ball.
Realistically, Wade's best bet to see the field early is to make an impact in the return game. John Reid and Miles Sanders showed signs of improvement in punt and kick returning, but neither of them were able to take one back for a touchdown, and both muffed a catch that resulted in a turnover.
The Will linebacking spot will be up for strong competition, but I expect Cabinda and Bowen are locks, for now.
With all of those linebackers, Penn State should be okay as long as they don't have an injury plagued season like last year-knock on wood.