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Penn State football lands 20th verbal commit in 2020 class

Michael Love
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The Penn State football program continues to add to its 2020 verbal commitment list.

Bryce Mostella, a 6-foot-6, 230-pound weak-side defensive end from Kentwood High School in Grand Rapids, Mich., gave a verbal commitment to the Nittany Lions on Friday.

Rivals ranks Mostella three stars. He made an official visit to Penn State on June 7 and did the same at Big 10 rival Iowa on June 21.

He received two dozen Division I offers, including ones from schools such as Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio State, Northwestern, Wisconsin and Auburn.

Mostella’s announcement comes on the heels of Tuesday’s verbals from Virginia’s Joseph Johnson, a Rivals three-star defensive back from Chester Life Christian Academy; and Texas’ Parker Washington, a four-star wide receiver from Fort Bend Travis High School.

On Wednesday, the Nittany Lions got a verbal commitment from three-star tight end prospect Tyler Warren, a quarterback who de-committed from Virginia Tech.

Penn State’s 2020 class of verbal commitments now numbers 20. The Nittany Lions are 11th on Rivals’ latest 2020 team rankings list.

Michael Love is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Michael at 412-856-7400 x8632, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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