After a few quiet weeks on the transfer portal front for the Nittany Lions, another player has thrown their name into the portal. Sean Fitz of Lions247 confirmed that wide receiver Cam Sullivan-Brown entered the transfer portal.
After redshirting in 2017, Sullivan-Brown made his on field debut for the Nittany Lions against Appalachian State in the season opener this past fall. As a redshirt freshman, Sullivan-Brown appeared in 12 games, and made his first career start in a 20-7 victory over Rutgers in November.
Sullivan-Brown hauled in four passes for 49 yards this past season, and during his playing time, showed to be a solid downfield blocker. With the graduation of DeAndre Thompkins and transfers of Juwan Johnson and Brandon Polk, Sullivan-Brown appeared to be in position to earn an increase in playing time in 2019.
As we saw with Lamont Wade, just because Sullivan-Brown is in the transfer portal, it does not mean he will transfer from Penn State. To be honest, a transfer does not appear to make a lot of sense. On top of having an opportunity to earn more playing time this fall, he would also have to sit out a year if he were to transfer to another FBS school.
Since this appears to be a fluid situation, BSD will have more as more information becomes available.