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2016 Ohio Football Recruiting: OL Sean Beadle commits to the Bobcats

Ohio lands a commitment from the Keystone State.

Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Ohio landed another piece for its future offensive line.  Offensive lineman Sean Beadle announced his commitment to the Bobcats on Twitter this past Sunday morning.  Beadle is entering his senior season at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, Pennsylvania and will graduate in 2016.

The 6-foot-5 315 pound offensive lineman is also a weight room animal.  Beadle can reportedly bench press 350 pounds already as well as clean 245 pounds, which can be found on his Twitter page.  Beadle's raw, physical stature is exceptional and can be produced into a great athlete and piece for the future plans of the Bobcats.

Sean Beadle is the Bobcats' fourth 2016 offensive line commit, and will join the Haydn Lewis, Adam Notestine, and Nathan Murray.  These prospects will hope to provide a better offensive line for the Bobcats in the future.  Ohio ranked sixth in the MAC with 164 rushing yards per game, and also ranked sixth in sacks allowed in the MAC, with 23.

Below are just a few reasons why the Bobcats extended an offer to Sean Beadle.  Check out some of the physical offensive lineman's highlights from his junior year at Franklin Regional High School below, courtesy of Hudl: