Penn State OT Olu Fashanu returning to school next season, won't enter 2023 NFL draft




 

One of the top offensive tackle prospects in all of college football won't be making the early jump to the pro just yet.

Penn State's Olu Fashanu will be returning to Happy Valley for the 2023 season instead of entering the 2023 NFL draft, per Pete Thamel of ESPN.

Widely regarded a perhaps the top prospect at his position in this year's class, Fashanu was already being projected as a potential top-10 pick in next year's draft.

Instead, he'll be returning for another year with the Nittany Lions, where he'll be able to refine his impressive skill set even further before moving on to the NFL.

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