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2020 QB Micah Bowens Commits To Penn State

Penn State players run out onto the field.

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA - NOVEMBER 18: Terrell Golden #4 and Maurice Evans #48 of Penn State celebrate as they enter the field before the game against Michigan State at Beaver Stadium November 18, 2006 in University Park, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Penn State has to replace Trace McSorley, after one of the best quarterback tenures in school history. The Nittany Lions just added to its future quarterback room, with 2020 recruit Micah Bowens.

Bowens is the only quarterback in Penn State's 2020 class thus far. The school has two players coming in as members of the 2019 class.

Bowens plays at Las Vegas' Bishop Gorman, a national high school football powerhouse. His decision came down on Tuesday night.

He made the announcement via Twitter:

Here is Micah Bowens' full Penn State commitment announcement:

From the tweet:

"First off I would like to thank God for the position he has put me in. I would also like to thank my family, coaches, and teammates for the constant support and for pushing me to be the best player and person that I could be. Thank you to all the coaches who've recruited me throughout the last 2 years for the opportunity to play at the next level and continue what I love to do. With that being said...I WILL BE COMMITTING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF PENN STATE. Thank you Coach Rahne and Coach Franklin for this amazing opportunity! #WEARE #TTG Happy Valley...I'm home!"

247Sports has Bowen as a three-star player, and the No. 712 player in the country. He's the No. 23 dual-threat quarterback, and the fourth-ranked player in Nevada.

Penn State now has five players committed in the 2020 class, which ranks No. 16 in the country. This past recruiting cycle, the Nittany Lions signed four-star QBs Taquan Roberson and Michael Johnson Jr.