Pennsylvania native Noah Beh has been committed to the Nittany Lions since May. Today, he signed his letter of intent and made it official. He’s a 3-star recruit that starred on both the offensive and defensive lines in high school.
— Lions247 (@Lions247) February 5, 2014
Beh showed his versatility while playing at Scranton Prep, playing defensive end and offensive tackle.
While those are both positions of need for the Nittany Lions, he was recruited to Penn State as an offensive lineman. It’s unclear yet exactly where he’ll line up, but he could me moved to offensive guard for his primary position.
The recruitment of Beh centered around schools in the Northeast, as he received offers from the likes of Syracuse, Connecticut and Temple. Maryland, who’ll be joining the Big Ten Conference in 2014 also made Beh an offer.
Anytime a talented lineman commits, it’s a big deal. Though often overshadowed by the skill positions, everything on offense starts up front with the line. Having someone like Beh who can add depth at multiple positions on the line is extremely valuable.
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