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Penn State football picks up commitment from top 50 tight end

The Nittany Lions kicked off a big recruiting weekend with a huge tight end commitment.



Penn State football lands top 50 tight end
Sep 24, 2022; University Park, Pennsylvania, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions tight end Brenton Strange (86) celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown during the first quarter against the Central Michigan Chippewas at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports

STATE COLLEGE, PA — On Saturday, the Penn State Nittany Lions received some more great news on the recruiting trail. Luke Reynolds, a top 50 tight end from Connecticut, has officially announced his commitment to play for Penn State football.

Penn State football lands commitment from top 50 tight end recruit

Luke Reynolds is a three-star, top 50 tight end in the 2024 recruiting class, and is a massive addition to the newest Penn State football recruiting class. The Nittany Lions now have five commits in their 2024 class, with Reynolds being the first tight end in the cycle.

According to On3, Luke Reynolds is a three star recruit and ranks as a top 50 tight end. Reynolds is ranked as the No. 33 tight end and the No. 8 player in Connecticut and had a solid list of offers to pair with his talent. Reynolds should fit into Penn State’s offensive scheme quite nicely — he stands at 6-foot–4 and weighs in at 215 pounds making him an ideal passing target and a sizable blocker; Penn State football can utilize both of these attributes.

While Reynolds is not the highest rated guy in the class, he is a massive pickup for the Penn State football team, and will make a great addition to the offense when he get on campus next fall.

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Chris Mangum is currently a Penn State student and serves as a writer and editor covering Big Ten athletics. He has served as a beat writer, online reporter, print reporter, and more over the past few years of his career. He currently serves as the managing editor for Basic Blues Nation and others.


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