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Offensive Lineman Anthony Whigan Has Entered the Transfer Portal

On Monday, Penn State offensive guard Anthony Whigan announced that he has entered the NCAA transfer portal according to his Twitter account. 

Whigan,  a fifth-year senior has one year of eligibility remaining due to the NCAA granting an extra year due to COVID. He started two games last season, including the season opener in which he got supplanted by Harvard transfer Eric Wilson. He also started against Rutgers after the team had a flu outbreak that sidelined several linemen. 

Whigan started his career at Lackawanna College in Scranton, PA, where he was a four-star junior college prospect and earned All-Northeast Conference honors in both his freshman and sophomore seasons. He was also a four-star recruit in high school at Lexington High School in Great Mills High School. 

Whigan played 21 games in his three seasons at his time at Penn State mostly as a backup and on special teams. Whigan had joined fellow offensive linemen Rasheed Walker, Mike Miranda, and Des Holmes in those who departed the program. 

Twitter: @bwalkerdadon 

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