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Three-Star Maryland Offensive Lineman Andre Roye Delays Commitment Date

Penn State’s top-ranked 2022 recruiting class already has three offensive linemen committed, and another may be on the way soon.

2022 three-star offensive lineman Andre Roye was originally scheduled to announce his recruitment decision Wednesday, but he has postponed his decision date until at least Sunday, Rivals’ Adam Friedman reported.

Roye, a big 6-foot-6, 320 pounds offensive lineman from St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, Maryland, has picked up 13 offers so far, and he narrowed down his list of finalists to PSU, Maryland, Rutgers and North Carolina State. Roye visited three of the schools among his finalists, the only exception being NC State, so his decision is relatively open.

247Sports rates Roye as the 884th-ranked recruit in the class, slotting in as the 79th-ranked offensive tackle and the 23rd-ranked recruit from Maryland while Rivals rates him as the 23rd-ranked recruit from Maryland.

The two major recruiting sites are split on his commitment decision, with 247Sports projecting him to Maryland while Rivals projects him to PSU.

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