Report: Penn State Football Safety Enzo Jennings Enters Transfer Portal

Penn State football safety Enzo Jennings has reportedly entered the transfer portal, per The Athletic’s Audrey Snyder.

The news comes just days after Tyler Rudolph, another Penn State defensive back, entered the transfer portal as well.

A redshirt freshman, Jennings was a four-star recruit from Oak Park, Michigan and was the No. 135 ranked prospect in the Class of 2020. He was Penn State’s third-highest ranked recruit of the class and the third-highest rated player coming out of Michigan, according to 247Sports’ rankings.

Jennings has played one game in his career as a Nittany Lion, when he was substituted into Penn State’s game against Illinois at the end of last season. He was not able to record any stats.

If he is in fact in the portal, Jennings would have three more years of eligibility remaining.

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