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Offensive Lineman Ben Hartman Commits To Penn State As Preferred Walk-On

Penn State is hot on the recruiting trail after notching its second walk-on commitment on the offensive line in two days following a pledge from Ben Hartman.

Hartman, a 6’4″, 280-pound guard out of Milton, Georgia, flipped to the Nittany Lions Monday afternoon after originally committing to Oregon in February.

Throughout his high school career, Hartman played on the offensive and defensive lines for Milton High School, which is located about 30 miles north of Atlanta. During his senior campaign, Hartman helped lead the Eagles to a 13-2 record, including a 5-0 mark over sectional rivals.

With the latest addition of Hartman, the Nittany Lions are now set to bring in seven offensive linemen to bolster Phil Trautwein’s unit ahead of the 2022 season. Aside from JB Nelson, who elected to enroll early, the remaining pieces of the new-look group are set to arrive in Happy Valley this summer.

To check out what Hartman might bring to the table for the Nittany Lions, check out his senior year highlight reel.

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Connor Krause is a sophomore from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania double majoring in journalism and business. He is a lifelong Penn State football and basketball fan and enjoys rooting for Pittsburgh sports teams. In his free time, Connor can be found playing golf or pick-up basketball. You can follow his Twitter and Instagram @ckrause_31.

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