Report: Penn State Hoops’ Caleb Dorsey Enters Transfer Portal

Forward Caleb Dorsey is the second Penn State men’s basketball player to reportedly enter the transfer portal following the conclusion of the Nittany Lions’ season in the NCAA Tournament.

Dorsey, a 6’7″ junior, will join Dallion Johnson in the portal after three years with the program, according to Verbal Commits.

The Westminster, Maryland, native was a staple in head coach Micah Shrewsberry’s early-season starting lineup and earned five-straight season-opening starts. Dorsey sat in the starting five four more times, but didn’t see floor time following the Nittany Lions’ February 5 date with Nebraska.

Through his 16 appearances in the 2022-23 season, Dorsey averaged 2.3 points per game. The small forward played 194 minutes across the season, maxing out at 23 minutes against both Winthrop and Butler in November.

Dorsey played in a combined 17 games between his freshman and sophomore seasons tallying 17 total points.

Dorsey and Johnson are the first Nittany Lions to indicate their reported intentions to play elsewhere, while Seth Lundy announced his declaration for the 2023 NBA Draft Wednesday afternoon.

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