Penn State’s pursuit of offensive line prospects for 2023’s recruiting class is continuing to produce results.
The latest commitment is Jven Williams, a four-star prospect from Wyomissing High School in Reading, Pennsylvania and one of the highest rated recruits in the state.
— Jven Williams (@williams_jven) February 5, 2022
Williams also had offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Pitt and Ole Miss, among others. For now, he’s choosing to stay somewhat close to home— Reading is roughly two-and-a-half hours from State College— and become a Nittany Lion.
In a statement posted to Twitter, Williams thanked his parents, high school coaches Steve O’Neil and Ross Tucker and God. He ended his statement with three words: “I’m staying home.”
Penn State was the seventh Division I school to offer Williams. This past season, Williams helped Wyomissing to a Class 3A State Title Game appearance, where it fell 7-0 to Central Valley.
With Williams’s commitment, four of Penn State’s eight commits from the 2023 recruiting cycle are offensive linemen.