Offensive Tackle Logan Bahn Commits To Penn State Football As Walk-On
Penn State football’s got another walk-on.
Offensive tackle Logan Bahn committed to the Nittany Lions as a walk-on, he announced Thursday.
After an amazing visit to #PennState yesterday and a phone call with @coachjfranklin today, I’m excited to announce that I am % committed to @PennStateFball! Big thanks also to @CoachTrautFB @CoachAhmadPSU! Can’t wait to get to work! #WeAre pic.twitter.com/9EmYEtPKOo— Logan Bahn (@BahnLogan) October 5, 2023
Bahn, a native of Ramsey, New Jersey, plays both offensive and defensive tackle in high school. However, Bahn tagged Penn State offensive line coach Phil Trautwein in his commitment post, signaling that he would play on the offensive side of the ball in college.
Though he doesn’t have a scholarship offer from Penn State, Bahn chose to come to Happy Valley over four scholarship offers from Penn, Cornell, and Bucknell, amoung others, per Preston Lawyer, the recruiting coordinator for Bahn’s high school. When he arrives at Penn State, Bahn will have to compete with four other offensive tackles from the recruiting Class of 2024: Liam Andrews, Garrett Sexton, Caleb Brewer, and Eagan Boyer.
To see what Bahn can bring to Happy Valley, check out his highlights.
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Diaz served at the helm of Penn State’s defense from 2022 to 2023.
There were a lot of Penn State fans who took to Twitter when Manny Diaz’s departure was announced. The consensus? They’ll miss him.
Diaz led the Nittany Lions to a No. 1 total defense ranking with 3.91 yards per play.