The Williamsburg product, who played at Warhill High, measured in at 6 feet, 8 inches, 301 pounds upon enrolling in January.
Once a tight end and a defensive end, Osterloh grew into a lineman by the time he was a senior. In 2012, he was selected as a first-round choice on the All-Bay Rivers District team and on the Daily Press’ All-Star Squad.
In his high school career, he played tackle, center, tight end, defensive end, defensive tackle and punter.
He and LCA’s Braxton Pfaff were the only two offensive linemen from Virginia in Rivals’ Top 30 ranking for the state. The Hokies got commitments from both of them.
Committed: April 21, 2012
High school coach: Billy Jarvis
Lead recruiter: Curt Newsome/Bryan Stinespring
Also considered: Virginia
Ranking: 247Sports: 3-star, No. 50 offensive tackle, No. 27 Virginia
Rivals: 3-star, No. 30 Virginia
ESPN: 3-star, No. 117 offensive tackle, No. 38 Virginia
On Twitter: @ParkerOsterloh