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Penn State’s Sam Sessoms Announces Transfer Portal Entry, Appears to Say Goodbye to Penn State

Photo from Penn State Twitter (USA Today): Sam Sessoms

Yesterday, reports surfaced of Penn State’s Sam Sessoms going into the transfer portal.

Now, there have been instances of athletes entering the portal before ultimately deciding to stay at their current school. But it doesn’t look like Sessoms will be one of those cases after an apparent farewell address to Penn State posted to Instagram.


In the post, Sessoms made his entry into the portal official, and seemed to say goodbye to Penn State men’s basketball.

“First off,” Sessoms wrote. “To my brothers, I love y’all and I’m going to cherish the moments we had together. Thanks for pushing me every day and being there for me.

“To the Penn State community, coaches and staff, thank you for taking a chance on me and accepting me,” Sessoms wrote. “You guys will forever have a spot in my heart. I have decided to enter the transfer portal with my last year of eligibility.

Sessoms played at Penn State for two seasons and was at Binghamton for two years before that.



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