Liam Andrews, a four-star two-way offensive and defensive lineman from Dexter High School in Brookline, Massachusetts, has narrowed his school choice down to three, and Penn State has made the list he will make his commitment on Friday.
Penn State is on his list with South Carolina and Wisconsin for the commitment of Andrews, who will make his commitment on Friday.
Andrews (6-foot-5, 275-pounds) is the number two player from Massachusetts the number two interior offensive lineman in the nation, and the No. 61 prospect in the country, according to On3 Sports.
Andrews has been a priority recruit for Penn State for quite a while as he plays with a defensive line mentality playing on the offensive line. Andrews is a lighted-footed and lengthy prospect who has a high upside as a guard and a tackle.
On defense, he could use his athleticism on the interior with his big 10.25-inch hands, which is critical for an offensive lineman to have a punch at the point of attack.
He an older prospect, as he turns 19 in December, but the potential is there for Andrews to make an immediate impact for Penn State if he decides to commit.