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Freshman OL Maleek McNeil Enters Transfer Portal

Freshman offensive lineman Maleek McNeil has announced on Twitter that he has entered the transfer portal. He will have four years of eligibility remaining.

According to On3’s Blue White Illustrated, McNeil reportedly left the program back in November but hasn’t announced his decision to transfer until today.

McNeil was one of four offensive line recruits in the class of 2022 alongside Drew Shelton, Vega Ioane and JB Nelson. Shelton has received starts this year at left tackle and Nelson received significant playing time against Indiana. Ioane appeared in two games this year as well.

McNeil came to Penn State from Walter Panas High School in Cortlandt Manor, New York as a 6-foot-7, 340-pounds three-star recruit according to all three outlets in 247Sports, Rivals and On3.

He chose Penn State over offers from Auburn, Boston College, Central Michigan, Duke, Massachusetts, Pittsburgh and Rutgers. He also received interest, but not a reported offer from Connecticut and Syracuse during his recruitment.

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