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PSU Football Recruiting

Brubaker, whose dad won national title with PSU, puts Lions in top 5

Photo from Ryan Brubaker

Penn State is in the top five for 4-star Pennsylvania offensive tackle Ryan Brubaker, a legacy recruit as his father, Jeff, was an offensive lineman for the Nittany Lions and member of the 1986 national championship team.

Ryan Brubaker (6-6, 280) is from Cocalico High School in Denver, Pa., and is rated the No. 7 recruit in the state by 247Sports. Other schools in his top five are Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Stanford and Tennessee.

Brubaker has a long list of offers, including Pitt, Michigan, Nebraska and Florida. The Lions offered him in February.

Here’s a look at Brubaker’s junior season highlights, from his Hudl page.

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