Rivals has reported that Dorian Johnson, the No. 23 offensive tackle in the country, has committed to Penn State.
Johnson, of Belle Vernon High School, is 6-6 and weighs 280 pounds. He picked Penn State over teams such as Wisconsin and Alabama.
"I've been thinking about this for the past week and a half now," he said to Rivals. "I thought about it the whole ride home yesterday and really, the education there, the football tradition, the campus, everything just felt right."
This is another great get for coach Bill O'Brien and his staff. They have a consensus top 15 recruiting class at this point, with other top recruits committed such as QB Christian Hackenberg and TE Adam Breneman.
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