Belle Vernon, PA, offensive tackle Dorian Johnson committed to the Penn State Nittany Lions on Sunday, pennlive.com reports. The 6'6, 280-pound offensive lineman is considered one of the top prospects in the state, if not the country. He is the Nittany Lions' fifth in-state pledge for the Class of 2013, joining Adam Breneman, Will Fuller, Andrew Nelson and Curtis Cothran.
Belle Vernon offensive tackle Dorian Johnson commits to Penn State bit.ly/PYuuwl— Penn State football (@psufootball) June 25, 2012
Johnson has received high marks across the major recruiting services. Rivals and Scout both rated him as the No. 13 and 23 offensive tackle prospect in the country, respectively, making him four-star on both sites. 247Sports was even more bullish, tabbing Johnson as the 12th best player in the country and No. 2 OT prospect.