Class Of 2025 Four-Star Athlete Brady O’Hara Commits To Penn State Football

Tight-end university, anyone?

Penn State football picked up the commitment on four-star athlete Brady O’Hara of the Class of 2025 Tuesday, O’Hara announced via Twitter. O’Hara, who plays defensive end and tight end, will likely play tight end at Penn State and became the fifth member of the program’s recruiting class three days after the 2023 White Out game.

O’Hara is ranked as the No. 18 athlete in the country and the eighth-best player in Pennsylvania, per the 247Sports Composite ratings. Thus far through his junior season, O’Hara has played in two games, making four catches for 115 yards and a touchdown, per MaxPreps.

O’Hara who stands at 6’6″ and 235 pounds, joins a Nittany Lions’ recruiting class that has established itself as one of the best in the country, making splashes at running back, linebacker, and cornerback. Before O’Hara’s commitment, the group was ranked No. 8 in the country by 247Sports.

The Pittsburgh native selected Penn State over Pitt, Wisconsin, and others. To see what O’Hara brings to Penn State, check out his Hudl highlight reel.

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Joe is a junior journalism major at Penn State and Onward State's managing editor. He covers Penn State football, among other Penn State sports. He also listens to Mac Miller more than you. If you want to find him, Joe's usually watching soccer with his shirt off or at the gym with his shirt on. For dumb stuff, follow him on Twitter (iamjoelister). For serious stuff, email him ([email protected]).

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