Penn State lands three-star offensive tackle Deryc Plazz
Penn State’s 2024 offensive line class just got even better.
The blue and white added three-star offensive tackle Deryc Plazz on Sunday afternoon.
Plazz is the 15th member of the Nittany Lions 2024 class and the fifth offensive lineman.
Phil Trautwein has done an excellent job of recruiting on the offensive line pairing Plazz with Donovan Harbour, Cooper Cousins, Garrett Sexton and Eagan Boyer.
The Jacksonville, Florida, native ranks as the No. 879 player in the nation and the No. 65 offensive tackle in the class, according to the On3 industry rankings.
Plazz stands at 6-foot-4, 280 pounds, and he was offered by Penn State just two months ago.
The newest Nittany Lion does have official visits planned to Duke, Miami and N.C. State, per On3. It’s unsure if Plazz will take those visits or shut down his recruitment.
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