Former Penn State Hoops Forward Caleb Dorsey Transfers To William & Mary
Former Penn State men’s basketball player Caleb Dorsey announced via Instagram on Monday that he’s continuing his college basketball career with William & Mary.
Dorsey announced his intentions to transfer after former head coach Micah Shrewsberry announced his departure from the program in March. Five Penn State players have entered the portal since Shrewsberry’s departure, though, Dorsey is the only player thus far to select a new school.
While his numbers never jumped off the page, Dorsey made consistent steps in his development in his three seasons in Happy Valley. Dorsey appeared in just five games his freshman year but managed to start in nine by his junior season, including three games during Big Ten play.
Before he arrived at Penn State, Dorsey was a highly touted recruit. He came to Penn State as the No. 7-ranked player in Pennsylvania and one of the better forwards in the country. While he was recruited by former Penn State head coach Pat Chambers, he spent little time playing under Chambers before the coach’s departure from the program.
Dorsey finished his Penn State career with 54 points, nine steals, and four blocks. His brother, Gabe, plays basketball at William & Mary, too.
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