A 5-foot-9, 180-pound speedster from Ashburn, VA, Brandon Polk has had an interesting career at Penn State to this point. He burst on the scene as a true freshman, taking the first play of the 2015 season 33 yards off a jet sweep. Polk ended his freshman campaign with 18 rushes for 159 yards and one touchdown, while adding in six receptions for 57 yards and one touchdown.
Since then, Polk hasn’t been quite as impactful. He redshirted in 2016 due to medical issues, and only played in 9 games last year, hauling in just 10 receptions as a backup wideout. But this year, with DaeSean Hamilton and Saeed Blacknall gone, Polk will have the opportunity to see increased reps, whether on the outside or in the slot spelling DeAndre Thompkins.
Just 10 days away!