No. 6 OT Nana Asiedu commits to Penn State

Four-star Stafford (Va.) North Stafford offensive tackle Nana Asiedu committed to Penn State moments ago and he spoke with Scout about his decision.

Nana Asiedu has committed to Penn State.

The nation's 56th-ranked prospect is excited about his decision.

"I fit in well and feel very comfortable at Penn State," said the 6-foot-6, 270-pound Asiedu, who chose the Nittany Lions over nearly 40 other schools. "I also have a great relationship with the coaches and we communicate constantly. It feels great to be committed and I'm done with the recruiting process."

What is Penn State getting in Asiedu?

"I have a strong work ethic on and off the field," Asiedu said. "I also love to compete."

The North Stafford standout emphasized the coaches played a pivotal role in his commitment.

"I'm very close with (running backs) coach (Charles) Huff and (offensive line) coach (Matt) Limegrover," Asiedu said. "They're both very sincere and care about you as a person, not just football player. They're energetic, too, and fun to be around."

Asiedu is looking forward to playing for head coach James Franklin.

"He's done a great job and I love being around him," Asiedu said. "He's very honest and down to earth. He also has a great relationship with my family. I'm excited about the opportunity."

He is the 12th commitment in Penn State's 2018 recruiting class.

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