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Penn State DL Cole Brevard Enters Transfer Portal

Photo by Penn State Athletics (Mark Selders): Cole Brevard

Penn State defensive lineman Cole Brevard has entered the transfer portal.

In two seasons at Penn State, Brevard— who was a four-star recruit coming out of Carmel High School in Carmel, Indiana— only appeared in one game, which was against Rutgers this past season at Beaver Stadium. Brevard most recently appeared in this past Saturday’s Blue-White game.

Brevard (6-foot-3, 322 pounds) chose Penn State over schools such as Clemson, Michigan, Notre Dame and Ohio State. He committed after attending the 2019 Blue-White game. He enrolled at Penn State in January of 2020.

Unfortunately, Brevard could never become an impact player for the Nittany Lions, and with PJ Mustipher back and players such as Coziah Izzard, Zane Durant and Dvon Ellies expected to get significant playing time, it seems unlikely that Brevard would have broken through in 2022.


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