Offensive Lineman Henry Boehme Commits To Penn State Football As Preferred Walk-On

Penn State football has landed offensive lineman Henry Boehme as a preferred walk-on commit. Boehme, a Class of 2023 prospect, hails from Mountain Brook High School in Alabama.

Boehme stands at 6’6″ and 270 lbs, which is ideal for the position. He adds depth to an offensive line room that is increasing in talent.

The Alabama native does not currently have a profile on 247Sports or other major recruiting websites. However, Penn State gave him an offer as a preferred walk-on on January 25, and he has visited the school at least once, according to his Twitter profile.

Boehme has received offers from other schools, including Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, Arkansas State, and Grambling.

He joins Alex Birchmeier, J’ven Williams, Anthony Donkoh, and Chimdy Onoh as the fifth offensive lineman in the Class of 2023. He is the second player from Alabama in the class, joining four-star safety DaKaari Nelson.

Although it is unlikely that Boehme will see the field this upcoming season, he definitely brings upside to the table. To get a sense of Boehme, you can view his Hudl account here.

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