Fomer Penn State wideout lands at James Madison

Nittany Nation

One former Penn State wide receiver has found his new college football home.

Graduate transfer Brandon Polk announced on Instagram Wednesday, he is going to play his final year of eligibility at James Madison.

Polk will be available to play right away after getting his undergraduate degree from Penn State. He announced his intent to transfer after the 2018 season.

He played in 13 games as a true freshman in 2015 and received a medical 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 and started seven.

Polk played his high school football at Briar Woods High School in Virginia along with new Baltimore Ravens quarterback Trace McSorley.

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