Turn that frown upside down, Penn State fans. Stick your fingers in your ears and go LA LA LA LA LA LA cuz Penn State has some good news. Luke Graham from Penn Trafford High in Harrison City, PA has committed to Penn State.
Graham stands 6' 5" and weighs 245 lbs. He'll obviously have to bulk up a bit but is projected to play offensive guard in college. Scout rates him a three star prospect and the #9 offensive guard. Rivals hasn't gotten around to rating him yet.
Here is a little blurb from a free article Scout put out from the Pittsburgh combine.
With linemen you always have kids who look good and test well and another group that catches your eye in the one-on-ones, regardless of how they tested. When it came to looks there was nobody as impressive as Penn-Trafford’s Luke Graham. He measured in at 6-foot-5 and weighed 245-pounds with a 75-inch wingspan. Graham had the fastest 10-yard split in the forty-yard dash at (1.70) and an overall time of (4.89) which was also the fastest of all the linemen. Graham wasn’t as impressive as some of the other players in the one-on-ones, but physically he has a lot of upside. It is not often that you can say that a high school lineman is a specimen, but Graham is just that.
Graham held offers from a dozen schools including Florida State, Maryland, Pitt, Syracuse, Northwestern, Stanford, and Illinois.