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Freshman Isaiah Humphries Announces Intent To Transfer

Penn State will lose safety Isaiah Humphries this offseason after he announced his intent to transfer on Twitter Wednesday.

The true freshman did not appear at all for the Nittany Lions this season despite the new rule that would allow players to appear in up to four games and still preserve their redshirt.

Humphries came to Penn State as a three-star recruit out of Rowlett, Texas. His father, Leonard, also played for the Nittany Lions in the late 80s and early 90s before getting drafted by the Buffalo Bills.

There’s no shortage of future talent at safety for Penn State going forward. The Nittany Lions will lose starter and captain Nick Scott, but preserve eight other likely returning safeties — including starter Garrett Taylor — as well as two incoming recruits who verbally committed, Tyler Rudolph and Jaquan Brisker.

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Steve Connelly

Unfortunately, former editor Steve Connelly has graduated. Where is he now? He might be doing something related to that PR degree he got in 2019. Maybe he finally opened that sports bar named after one of his photos, the Blurry Zamboni. Or he might just be eating chicken tenders and couch surfing. Anything’s possible. If you really want to know, follow him on Twitter @slc2o.

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