New Jersey offensive tackle considering official visit to Penn State

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There is no question that Penn State has taken a focused effort on improving its offensive line in the Class of 2023 recruiting cycle, and one potential recruit on the rise in New Jersey has Penn State in his mix as he continues through the recruiting process.

Logan Howland of Princeton, New Jersey said in an interview with Rutgers Wire he has Penn State in his top six at this moment. Penn State is in the latest stage of Howland’s recruiting process along with Michigan, Iowa, Oklahoma, Vanderbilt, and Miami. As he maps out his official visit schedule, Howland claims he is deciding between Penn State Michigan for the fifth visit on his schedule.

“Right now it’s between Penn State and Michigan,” Howland told RutgersWire in an interview on Tuesday.

“There’s a few other schools that could get it, but they’ve yet to offer.”

See more of what Howland had to say about his latest recruiting updates and find out what his plan is for deciding on a school in this Q&A with Rutgers Wire.

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