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Penn State gets commitment from 4-star Florida running back

Greg Macafee
Penn State head coach James Franklin answers questions during the team’s annual media day in State College, Pa., Saturday, Aug. 3, 2019.

Penn State coach James Franklin got another high-profile commitment for his 2020 class.

Caziah Holmes, a four-star all-purpose back from Cocoa High School in Florida announced his commitment Friday and became the Nittany Lions’ 22nd commitment of the 2020 class.

Last season, as a junior at Cocoa, Holmes ran for 1,196 yards on 181 carries and found the end zone 15 times. He also caught 17 passes for 176 yards and three touchdowns.

Recruiting site 247sports lists Holmes as the only running back in Penn State’s 2020 class, and he is one of six four-star recruits for the Nittany Lions.

Greg Macafee is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Greg by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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