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Four-Star Offensive Tackle Antwan Reed Decommits From Penn State

Antwan Reed, a four-star offensive tackle from Muskegon, Michigan, has decommitted from Penn State. The 6’5, 326-pound lineman originally committed to James Franklin’s squad back in April during the Blue-White Weekend.

Obviously, the loss of Reed hurts. The offensive lineman brought a lot to the table, but the Nittany Lions aren’t without direction going forward. Rasheed Walker is the most obvious choice to replace Reed in the recruiting class. Walker currently sits at No. 6 in the offensive tackle rankings nationwide according to 247 Sports.

Walker looks to be leaning towards the Nittany Lions – in fact, he’ll be in town this weekend.

Movement around the highly-ranked 2018 Penn State recruiting class will continue to heat up, especially approaching the early National Signing Day on December 22.

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Derek Bannister

Derek is a senior majoring in Economics and History. He is legally required to tell you that he's from right outside of Philly. Email Derek compliments and dad-jokes at [email protected]

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