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Four-Star ESPN300 OT Antwan Reed Commits To Penn State

James Franklin added his second recruit of the day, and it’s another offensive tackle in four-star ESPN300  recruit Antwan Reed, according to ESPN reporter Tom VanHaaren, after the decommitment of Chris Bleich.

The Muskegon, Michigan native chose the Nittany Lions ahead of 11 other offers, including ones from Michigan and Michigan State.

Reed is now the ninth ESPN300 commitment for the 2018 class — continuing to add on to an already stacked recruiting class. He is also graded as the No. 1 recruit in the state of Michigan for his class on ESPN. The 6’6″ 326-pound lineman.

You can check out his Hudl here.

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Steve Connelly

Steve Connelly is a senior majoring in PR and an editor for Onward State. He is a proud native of the state of New Jersey, and yes, he is literal trash. He is a soccer fan, nap enthusiast, and chicken tender connoisseur. He tries to be a photographer sometimes despite one of his photos inspiring the name of his future sports bar, the Blurry Zamboni. You can follow him on Twitter @slc2o (feel free to slide), email him at [email protected], or come say hi to him in his office, the Irving's basement.


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