This photo of Daniel Barto and his 372-inch bull was posted on the Boone & Crockett Trophy Watch site late last month. If the score is certified by B&C, this bull will go down as the top typical elk in the state.
A monster elk coming out of the Keystone State shouldn't surprise you. According to B&C, Pennsylvania is now the 5th state in non-typical record book elk entries and 14th for typical elk entries. It seems a new state-record bull is taken there every few years (see the story behind the Pennsylvania nontypical record elk).
While this is a mammoth bull, it won't crack the overall top 20. The world-record typical elk scores 442 5/8 inches and was taken in 1968.