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Penn State Football Offensive Line Recruiting Blitz Continues

Penn State Football adds to its already impressive haul on the offensive line Tuesday as three-star offensive tackle Eagan Boyer announced his commitment to the Nittany Lions via twitter.

Boyer hails from Cornelius, North Carolina and is rated as a composite three-star prospect. The massive 6-foot 7-inch, 260 pound tackle ranks as the number 623 overall player and number 46 tackle in the country.

Penn State Football edged out in-state North Carolina and Duke as well as Auburn and Clemson for Boyer’s commitment.

💯% Committed ⚪️🔵 #WEARE @coachjfranklin @CoachTrautFB @PennStateFball @HoughFB @finisholacademy @UltAthlete @enduresports pic.twitter.com/5X0MaPvIyb

— Eagan Boyer (@BoyerEagan) April 25, 2023

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What Eagan Brewer Brings Penn State Football

Boyer is the fifth offensive lineman, and second this week, to commit to Penn State’s 2024 class, joining Donovan Harbour, Cooper Cousins, Garrett Sexton, and Caleb Brewer.

With the addition of Boyer, Penn State’s class ranks 5th in the nation per 247sports team rankings with 12 commitments. Boyer continues Phil Trautwein’s hot streak on the recruiting trail, where he has picked up four commitments on the offensive line in April alone.

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Robert Casturo

Expertise: College Football, Penn State Football Education: Saint Vincent College, Penn State Law School Location: Washington, DC Experience: Robert Casturo has covered Penn State football for NittanyCentral since 2022. Casturo previously covered Penn State football through a social media presence (@PSU_FB_Thoughts on X) since 2019. Casturo earned his bachelor's degree from Saint Vincent College in 2015, where he was a punter for 1 season on the Saint Vincent College football team and worked in the athletic department for 2 years as a student manager. Casturo earned his JD from Penn State Law in 2018 where he was a senior editor of the Penn State Law Review.