Antwan Reed, a 4-star offensive tackle in the 2018 class, decommitted from Penn State on Thursday night.
“Thank you to the coaching staff at Penn State for this opportunity it has been a long journey with my family and I,” Reed wrote on Twitter. “Also with that being said I am no longer committed to Penn State and will be opening up my recruitment.”
4-star OT Antwan Reed decommits from Penn State
A HUGE thanks to the Penn State coaching staff this has been a blessed opportunity and looking forward to what god has planned for me ☝❤️ pic.twitter.com/3hWRZXHrpi
— Ajizzle (@antwan_reed) December 8, 2017
Reed, a Muskegon, Mich. native, initially committed to Penn State in April, but he will be opening up his recruitment again less than two weeks before the early signing period begins for 2018 commits. Reed (6-foot-5.5, 326 pounds) is ranked as the No. 18 offensive tackle in the 2018 class, according to the 247Sports composite ratings.
The Nittany Lions still have 20 verbal commitments in its 2018 class without Reed. The group was ranked fifth in the country and second in the Big Ten prior to his decommitment.
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