Thank you Penn State. I am forever grateful. pic.twitter.com/er3PWGNRg6
— Fatorma Mulbah (@Mulbah_55) January 5, 2023
Mulbah didn’t play at all in 2020 and played in 19 games for Penn State over the past two seasons.
He appeared in 12 of Penn State’s 13 games in 2022, playing mainly on special teams.
Mulbah wrote in a Twitter statement that he’s “overwhelmed with gratitude for the tremendous opportunity I have had to play football at Penn State.”
”I am thankful to God for guiding me on this journey,” Mulbah wrote, “and I am forever indebted to Coach (James) Franklin and the staff for giving me the opportunity. Penn State University has provided me with an experience that I will always cherish and hold dear to my heart.”
Mulbah came to Penn State as a three-star recruit from Susquehanna High School in Harrisburg. He committed in June of 2019. With Penn State having players such as Chop Robinson, Dani Dennis-Sutton and potentially Adisa Isaac back in the fold next season, it was hard to see Mulbah getting a significant amount of playing time in 2023. Mulbah is the third PSU DL to enter the transfer portal in this window, joining Rodney McGraw, who committed to Louisville, and Davon Townely Jr., who hasn’t found a home yet. Other players who entered the portal are QB Christian Veilleux (Pitt) and CB Jeffery Davis (Stony Brook).
Mulbah wrote in his statement that the relationships be formed at Penn State are “ones I know will last a lifetime.”
“To (defensive line) coach (John) Scott and the rest of the coaching staff, thank you for being part of my growth as an athlete,” Mulbah wrote. “The past three years at Penn State have been truly transformative.”