Four-star offensive tackle Dorian Johnson has decommitted from the Penn State Nittany Lions as what was once a promising 2013 football recruiting class slowly unravels in the wake of NCAA sanctions. Johnson committed to the Nittany Lions in June, over the likes of Alabama, Ohio State, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin.
Johnson is now the third member of the Class of 2013 to decommit, joining linebacker Zach Bradshaw and wide receiver Will Fuller. Johnson is reportedly now considering Pitt along with former favorites Virginia Tech and Ohio State.
The 6'6, 280-pound offensive tackle is ranked as the 23rd best player at this position, according to Rivals.com, and is considered one of the Top 250 recruits in the nation. The Nittany Lions still have commitments from offensive linemen Brendan Mahon and Andrew Nelson.
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