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Penn State in Top Eight for Laurel Highlands’ Rodney Gallagher

Photo from Rodney Gallagher Twitter

Rodney Gallagher, a four-star 2023 ATH from Laurel Highlands High School in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, has announced his top eight schools, and Penn State has made the cut.

Penn State– which was the first power five school to offer Gallagher and just the second school overall, doing so in April of 2020– along with Notre Dame, Pitt, Texas, Virginia Tech, Oregon, Oregon State and West Virginia, make up Gallagher’s top eight. Additionally, Gallagher told Nittany Sports Now that he is making an unofficial visit to Penn State this coming weekend, a week after visiting Notre Dame.

 

Gallagher is the second-ranked player in Pennsylvania for his class according to 247Sports, behind only Wyomissing offensive lineman J’Ven Williams, who committed to Penn State in early February. 

Gallagher is also a standout on a Laurel Highlands basketball team that made it to the WPIAL championship game this past season. Penn State coach James Franklin attended one of his games this winter. 

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