Report: Penn State Wrestler Terrell Barraclough Enters Transfer Portal

Penn State wrestler Terrell Barraclough has reportedly entered the transfer portal, according to Greg Pickel of Blue White Illustrated.

Barraclough came to Penn State in 2019 and redshirted his freshman year. After wrestling for four straight seasons, he will reportedly depart Happy Valley as a graduate transfer with one remaining year of eligibility.

The Utah native has wrestled from the 157 to 165 to 174-pound weight class but never held a consistent starting spot on the Penn State roster. He only appeared in two dual meets or the Nittany Lions last season in which he finished 2-1.

Barraclough is the first reported Nittany Lion to enter the transfer portal this offseason. The remaining wrestlers have until May 3 to enter the portal if they choose.

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