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Future Lion Filling Out

The Ohio blue-chipper has packed on a few pounds in anticipation of playing linebacker at Penn State. Andrew Dailey made an official visit to Happy Valley last weekend, and when he got home he talked to FightOnState.com about the trip, who else was there and why he decided to gain some weight.

It has been a rarity recently for Penn State to land blue-chip prospects out of Ohio. But things changed last summer when Andrew Dailey made a pledge to Joe Paterno to become a Nittany Lion. Dailey, a four-star linebacker prospect from Massillon Ohio's football powerhouse Washington High, took his official visit to Penn State this past weekend and shared his thoughts with FightOnState.com. “I...

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