Middletown’s Tajae Broadie runs the ball during Middletown’s 34-7 win over Northern at Middletown, August 30, 2019. Vicki Vellios Briner | Special to PennLiveVicki Vellios Briner | Special to PennLive
Middletown defensive end Tajae Broadie went from standout sophomore to a marked man in recruiting in less than a month.
The 6-foot-4, 220-pounder got his first official offer, from Bowling Green, on April 21. Now, the surging defender is up to four with another Mid-American program on board.
Buffalo is the latest NCAA program to extend an offer, according to Broadie’s recent announcement on social media.
The PennLive All-Star produced 53 tackles, including 21 for loss, last season in helping the Blue Raiders reach their fourth straight District 3 Class 3A final. Broadie chipped in six sacks.
The two-way ace also starred on the offensive side as an H-back, catching 32 passes for 438 yards and seven touchdowns.
Old Dominion and Syracuse have also offered.
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