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Three-Star Offensive Tackle Eagan Boyer Commits to Penn State

The commitments keep coming for Penn State football’s 2024 recruiting class.

Three-star offensive tackle Eagan Boyer, from William Amos Hough High School in Cornelius, North Carolina, announced his commitment to Penn State on Tuesday. He’s joining the Nittany Lions over North Carolina and Auburn, among others.

Boyer is ranked the No. 46 offensive tackle in the country and the 20th-best player in North Carolina, per the 247Sports composite rankings. With Boyer’s commitment, Penn State’s Class of 2024 now stands as the seventh-best in the country.

He is the 12th recruit to commit to Penn State as a member of the Class of 2024 and the fifth player to commit since the Blue-White Game on April 15.

Penn State’s newest commit will join an already talented group of offensive line prospects. Boyer is the fourth listed offensive line commitment of this cycle. He joins fellow offensive tackle and four-star recruit Garrett Sexton, who committed Monday morning. Another four-star lineman, Donovan Harbour, committed to Penn State a week ago, and fellow four-star Cooper Cousins joined the fold in January. The Nittany Lions’ 2024 class also features three-star athlete Caleb Brewer, who will likely stick on the offensive line for Penn State.

To see what Boyer will bring to Happy Valley, check out his Hudl tape.