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Former Penn State 4-Star Defensive Back Tyler Rudolph To Transfer

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The Penn State football program has lost a player to the ever growing NCAA Transfer Portal.

Rivals.com is reporting that former 2019 4-star cornerback Tyler Rudolph has made the decision to transfer from the Nittany Lions program. The native of Oakdale, Connecticut was a member of Penn State’s Class of 2019 and ranked as one of the Top 200 players in the country. Prior to committing to Sean Spencer and Terry Smith, Rudolph held other Power Five offers from Boston College, Clemson, Florida, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State, Pitt, Rutgers, Syracuse, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin.

No reason given for the transfer but Rudolph hadn’t made much of an impact with Penn State in his two plus seasons, appearing in 13 games and recording just 6 tackles.

At his next school, Rudolph will still have three seasons of eligibility remaining.

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