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2023 4-Star DL Nathan Efobi has Penn State in his Top Ten

Nathan Efobi, a Class of 2023 four-star defensive lineman out of Cumming, Georgia has narrowed his school choice down to ten and Penn State made the list.

Penn State is in the running along with Boston College, Duke, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Louisville, Miami, Missouri, and Stanford for Efobi, a 6-foot-4 285-pound defensive tackle who recorded 15 tackles and a sack for South Forsyth High School last season.

Efobi is the No. 55 recruit in Georgia, the No. 24 interior defensive lineman, and the No. 559 recruit in the Class of 2023, according to On3. He has an On3 NIL valuation of $8,300.

Efobi received an offer on his unofficial visit to Penn State on March 30, and it is unknown when he will take his official visit as he has not set a commitment date.

Efobi also shows his versatility as an athlete on and off the field by also playing on the offensive line for South Forsyth, recording 20 pancake blocks for the War Eagles, who finished 8-3 and advanced to the 7A Region 6 state playoffs in 2021. He also throws discus and shot put on the track.

If Efobi were to commit to Penn State, he would join Jameial Lyons, Tomarrion Parker, and Tyriq Blanding in the defensive line room in the class of 2023.

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