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Penn State Offers Former Georgia Tech DL Jordan Domineck

Although Penn State has talent coming back and talent coming in on the D-Line next season, the Nittany Lions are still looking for depth from the transfer portal.

Penn State missed on former Miami of Ohio RedHawk Cam Butler, who committed to Virginia this past Friday. Three days later, Penn State offered Jordan Domineck, a defensive end who entered the transfer portal from Georgia Tech.

A Lakeland, Florida, native who was a three-star recruit coming out of George W. Jenkins High School, Domineck was a Yellow Jacket for four seasons. The 6-foot-3, 235-pound lineman finished 2021 with 3.5 sacks, 5.5 tackles for loss and 38 tackles overall. He will be a redshirt senior in 2022, with two seasons of eligibility remaining.

Penn State also has offers extended to Grayson and Gabriel Murphy, a pair of twin edge rushers in the portal from North Texas State.

With or without transfers, Penn State should have a solid combination of talent and experience on the line, with Nick Tarburton coming back, PJ Mustipher and Adisa Isaac returning from injury and five-star recruit Dani Dennis-Sutton, an incoming freshman.

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