Penn State Hoops Picks Up Joe Sedora As Walk-On Commit

Penn State men’s basketball announced its 2024-25 roster via Twitter on Wednesday, which included the newly announced addition of walk-on Joe Sedora.

The 6’5″ swingman played at Red Lion High School in York, Pennsylvania, where he averaged 18.7 points, seven rebounds, and four assists per game in his junior season, receiving York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association First-Team honors. Sedora was also a member of his high school’s volleyball team.

According to City of Basketball Love, Sedora was in contact with several Division ll and Division lll schools before committing to Penn State.

The Nittany Lions will also transfer Eli Rice, Kachi Nzeh, Yanic Konan Niederhauser, and Freddie Dilione.

To catch a glimpse at Penn State’s newest walk-on, watch Sedora’s highlights here.

Sedora is the ninth player to join the blue and white next season and the fifth out of high school along with Miles Goodman, Dominick Stewart, Hudson Ward, and Jahvin Carter.

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