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Penn State Football Offensive Lineman Nate Bruce Leaves The Team

Penn State football has lost a member of its 2021 recruiting class.

Freshman offensive lineman Nate Bruce has reportedly left the team and stopped playing football, according to a 247Sports report. As a result, his name is no longer listed on Penn State football’s active roster online.

Bruce did not show up to spring ball or appear in either of the two public scrimmages this past spring. He enrolled at Penn State this past January.

The three-star prospect out of Harrisburg was one of two offensive lineman recruits in Penn State’s 2021 class alongside four-star prospect Landon Tengwall.

Bruce was ranked the nation’s No. 39 interior offensive line prospect and the 14th best player in Pennsylvania, according to 247Sports’ composite rankings.

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