Beh committed while on campus for the Nittany Lions' first Advanced Skills Camp on Saturday.
Penn State picked up its first lineman in the Class of 2014 with a commitment from two-way Scranton Prep lineman Noah Beh, who was on campus for the school's Advanced Skills Camp.
"I just felt like it was the right time to commit," he said on Saturday afternoon.
The 6-foot-5, 245-pound Beh, a three-star prospect, the nation's No. 24 offensive tackle and the No. 18 overall prospect in Pennsylvania according to the 247Composite, chose the Nittany Lions over Boston College and more than a half-dozen other BCS programs. He plays both defensive end and offensive tackle, recording 65 tackles and 10 sacks during his junior season, but the Nittany Lions will most likely use him on offense.
Beh, who was primarily recruited by Penn State offensive line coach Mac McWhorter, also visited campus during Blue-White weekend. He is the 10th commitment of the class.