One more Nittany Lion plans on getting his degree and leaving Penn State.
Wide Receiver Brandon Polk announced his transfer intentions on his Twitter account Thursday.
Polk will have one more year of elligibility to play college football. As a graduate transfer, he will be able to play right away without having to sit out a year.
Polk played in 13 games as a true freshman in 2015 and received a medial redshirt for his sophomore season. As a redshirt sophomore, he appeared in 13 games. As a junior in 2018 he only appeared in nine games – starting seven.
Polk played high school football at Briar Woods High School in Virginia with quarterback Trace McSorley.