James Franklin has reportedly keyed in on one candidate for the wide receivers coach job on his Penn State staff.

Following the end of the 2022 season, Taylor Stubblefield penned a heartfelt farewell to the program. Franklin eventually confirmed Stubblefield was let go with the Nittany Lions looking to make a change.

According to college football reporter Bruce Feldman, Penn State is expected to land Marques Hagans for the WRs coach moving forward. Hagans played collegiately at Virginia and has been a part of the Cavs’ coaching staff since 2011.

Hagans was a 5th-round pick during the 2006 NFL Draft and spent 2006-10 with various stops around the league. He began his coaching career in 2011 as a graduate assistant for the Cavs and has been the WRs coach for UVA since 2013.