If there is one team that is losing more players to transfer than the NFL Draft this year, it is the Penn State Nittany Lions. On Tuesday, Troy Reeder announced he would be transferring closer to home to play for the Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens.
On Wednesday, it was announced that running back Akeel Lynch will transfer to play his final year. He will be eligible immediately after he graduates in the Spring.
During his career, Lynch rushed for 1.318 yards and seven touchdowns. He ran for 282 yards and a pair of scores in 2015.
Stay with Campus Sports for the latest update on Lynch’s future as he wraps up his collegiate football career.
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