Penn State commit Luke Reynolds continues to climb the ladder of recruits for the Class of 2024.
The 6-foot-4, 215-pound tight end out of Cheshire Academy (Conn.) rose to a four-star recruit and is now ranked as the No. 13 player at his position in the nation, according to a report by Happy Valley Insider.
— Happy Valley Insider (@PennStateRivals) June 14, 2023
Reynolds committed to join the Nittany Lions back on March 25 after considering over 20 Division I offers, including Pittsburgh, Stanford, Virginia Tech, Cincinnati and Kentucky, as well as Penn State.
Penn State has lately been a productive program at the tight end position, having two drafted in the past five years – Mike Gesicki and Brenton Strange.
Reynolds was the first tight end out of the Class of 2024 to join Penn State. He committed just a week after taking an unofficial visit to University Park and earning an offer from the Nittany Lions.