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Shaler's Holtz commits to Penn State

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Tight end second WPIAL recruit for Nittany Lions

Shaler's J.P. Holtz has made a verbal commitment to attend Penn State.

The 6-4, 130-pound Holtz is expected to play his natural position, tight end, for the Nittany Lions, after spending the bulk of his junior season as a running back. He can also play linebacker.

Holtz chose Penn State over scholarship offers from Michigan State, Purdue, Rutgers, Pitt, West Virginia, Boston College and Virginia.

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