Transfer Portal Roundup: Week Four
While Penn State wrapped up its annual White Out, former Penn Staters took the field around the college football world. Here’s how some of those players fared.
Ta’Quan Roberson, UConn
Ta’Quan Roberson started for the UConn Huskies again after replacing senior quarterback Joe Fagnano, who is out for the season after suffering a season-ending injury in week two against Georgia State.
Roberson struggled against Duke as he went 13-for-28 and finished with 114 passing yards. Despite having negative eight rushing yards in four attempts, he scored the only touchdown for the Huskies in their 41-7 loss to the Blue Devils.
Devyn Ford, Notre Dame
Devyn Ford, who transferred to Notre Dame in May, struggled to secure minutes with the Fighting Irish. In the team’s game against Ohio State, Ford only received two rushing carries and registered nine yards in the Irish’s last-minute 17-14 loss to the Buckeyes.
Noah Cain, LSU
Though former Penn State running back Noah Cain was a key component of LSU’s offense last year, Cain didn’t see any playing time in LSU’s 34-31 win over Arkansas.
Storm Duck, Louisville
After debuting for the Nittany Lions in the 2023 Blue-White Game, Storm Duck transferred to Louisville after being part of Penn State football for just four months.
He was getting playing time for Louisville in its previous three games but during its week-four win over Boston College, he didn’t see any playing time.
Marquis Wilson, Purdue
Marquis Wilson, who transferred to Purdue in April, is having a great season for the Boilermakers despite their losing record. After recording two solo tackles with one assist and a pass deflection last week against Syracuse, he followed that up with seven solo tackles and one assist along with a pass deflection in Purdue’s 38-17 loss to Wisconsin.
Daniel George, Akron
After having six receptions for 36 yards last week against Kentucky, Daniel George’s numbers went down as he only hauled in two receptions for 10 yards. George’s longest reception was for seven yards in the Wildcats’ four-overtime loss to Indiana.
Despite this, George has posted substantial numbers for the Akron Zips as he has 14 receptions for 146 yards so far this season.
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