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Former Penn State Running Back Noah Cain Declares For 2024 NFL Draft

Former Penn State football running back Noah Cain has declared for the 2024 NFL Draft, he announced Monday. Cain played for the Nittany Lions from 2019 to 2021 before spending the last two seasons at LSU.

“Thank you to Coach Franklin and Coach Seider for giving me the opportunity to represent the blue and white in Beaver Stadium on Saturday nights and become a Penn State graduate,” Cain said in a statement. “I will forever be grateful to the Penn State football program, fans, and the State College community.”

Cain rushed for 806 yards and four touchdowns during his Penn State career. After leaving Happy Valley after the arrival of Nick Singleton and Kaytron Allen, Cain found more success as a Tiger, rushing for 590 yards and 13 touchdowns. He finished his collegiate career with 1,396 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns.

The former four-star from IMG Academy is projected to be an undrafted free agent in the NFL Draft. He joined Heisman-winning quarterback Jayden Daniels and wideout Malik Nabers, who are both expected to be picked in the first round, and four other Tigers to declare for the NFL Draft.

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