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Player's Lounge: Kolb Commits to Penn State

In Wednesday's edition of the Player's Lounge, Lake Braddock lineman Khamrone Kolb talks about his pending trip to Penn State. Kolb reported late Sunday night that he committed to play football at Penn State during this weekend's visit.

In this week's edition of the Player's Lounge, Lake Braddock junior quarterback Michael Nebrich and senior offensive lineman Khamrone Kolb joined The Post's B.J. Koubaroulis to talk about the Bruins' success this season, recruiting and more.

Kolb, a 6-foot-6, 325-pound lineman who has been a season-long first team All-Met, said during this interview that he had narrowed his list of choices to three. He also said that he planned to take a visit to Penn State this weekend.

Following Lake Braddock's 27-3 victory over South County on Friday, Kolb made his way to Happy Valley and was present for the Nittany Lions' 20-0 homecoming victory over Minnesota.

Kolb told me late Sunday night that he committed to play football at Penn State during this weekend's visit.

This ends the recruitment of one of the area's top recruits, who entered the season with 14 official offers. Before this weekend he had narrowed that list to three, which he said in the Player's Lounge interview were Connecticut, Penn State and Wisconsin.

"Well, I pretty much just felt that Penn State, educationally and football wise was perfect fit for me," Kolb told me through a Facebook message late Sunday night. "I love the powerful feeling of the Big Ten as a conference and knew that I was wanted at Penn State. The entire football atmosphere of a place like Penn State is something that I also fell in love with and would love to be a part of the next five years."

By B.J. Koubaroulis  |  October 18, 2009; 10:47 PM ET
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