New Nittany Lion Coach and Staff Sign 19 Student-Athletes to Letters of Intent
Anthony Alosi is looking forward to jumping into the competition on the offensive line, as the unit must replace four senior starters from last season. A standout offensive tackle at Cherokee High School and The Hun School, Alosi enrolled at Penn State in January 2011. He played defensive tackle as a member of the foreign team during his redshirt season, but returned to the offensive line this past spring and has spent time at guard and tackle. The former All-South Jersey prep honoree compiled a 3.17 grade-point average during the spring semester. Alosi is among seven Nittany Lion returnees from New Jersey.
2011 Freshman Season
Redshirt season. Alosi enrolled at Penn State in January 2011.
Alosi was a two-way lineman and captain of The Hun School's state championship squad in 2010, playing for Coach Dave Dudeck. Alosi was named first-team All-South Jersey during his senior season at Cherokee High School. He recorded 39 tackles, three sacks and 12 tackles for loss as a senior defensive lineman. On offense, he recorded 30 pancake blocks, while leading the way for a rushing attack which gained more than 2,000 yards over the team's eight-game schedule.
Full name is Anthony Alosi. He is the son of Peter and Sheryl Alosi. He has two brothers, Nick and Mike, and one sister, Gia. In his free time, Alosi likes to fish and ride ATVs. Alosi is considering a career as a sports agent. Born September 30, 1992 in Voorhees, N.J.