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Penn State Lands Commitment From 2022 3-Star OT Andre Roye, Jr.

Commitment No. 25 is in the books for Penn State and it’s a big one, literally.

6-foot-6, 320-pound offensive tackle Andre Roye from Baltimore, Maryland announced his decision to join Penn State. Roye is the 4th offensive lineman in Penn State’s Class of 2022, joining 3-star offensive tackle J.B. Nelson, 3-star offensive tackle Maleek McNeil and 4-star lineman Drew Shelton.

Roye was originally set to make his decision on Wednesday but delayed it one day and decides to join the current No. 2 recruiting class in the country over Rutgers, Maryland and N.C. State.

Credit Penn State offensive line coach Phil Trautwein for taking the lead on the recruitment of Roye. Just a short time ago, recruiting insiders were projecting Roye to head to Maryland but the Penn State staff did a nice job on continuing to pursue Roye and got his commitment.

Penn State now has 25 commitments so it will be interesting to see how many more players they can add to this class because it likely can’t be many more.

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