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Class Of 2024 Defensive Back Tyler Armstead Commits To Penn State Football As Walk-On

Defensive back Tyler Armstead committed to Penn State football Monday night as a walk-on.

The Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, native will join the Nittany Lions’ recruiting Class of 2024. Armstead is also listed as a wide receiver, according to his Hudl profile.

Armstead attends Canon-McMillan High School, and the Big Macs went 6-5, finishing third in conference play in 2023, according to MaxPreps.

To see what Armstead can bring to Happy Valley, check out his Hudl reel here.

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