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Penn State Football: Lions lose two more members of 2013 recruiting class

  • By Bill Landis, The Sentinel
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Offensive lineman Dorian Johnson and linebacker Zach Bradshaw, former members of Penn State’s 2013 recruting class, both decommitted Tuesday, according to multiple reports.

Bradshaw, a linebacker from Damascus High School in Maryland, committed to Virginia after decommitting from Penn State, his father told The Washington Post.

Johnson, a four-star tackle from Belle Vernon High School, told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that he is now interested in Pitt, Ohio State and Virginia Tech.

The departures bring Penn State’s total decommitments for the 2013 class up to five. Johnson and Bradshaw join Ohio cornerback Ross Douglas (Michigan), New Jersey defensive tackle Greg Webb (North Carolina) and Philadelphia wide receiver Will Fuller (Notre Dame).

There are nine remaining members in the Class of 2013, including Cedar Cliff tight end Adam Breneman and Hershey offensive lineman Andrew Nelson.

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