Penn State will have to wait a little while longer to find out KJ Hamler’s decision for 2020.

As a redshirt sophomore, the speedy Hamler would be eligible to leave early and enter the 2020 NFL Draft. Hamler redshirted in 2017 before bursting onto the scene for Penn State over the past two seasons.

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According to Tyler Donohue with Lions 247, Hamler addressed questions about his draft status Friday morning. He declined to indicate which way he is leaning but set a timeline for after the Cotton Bowl for his final decision:

“You’ll find out after the bowl game,” he said, declining to confirm whether he is privately leaning in one direction.

Though very talented, Penn State’s offense this season had a lot of youth across the board. Hamler led the team in receptions (54), receiving yardage (858), and receiving touchdowns (8). He was also the primary return man on special teams.

The Nittany Lions are already returning the second-leading receiver from this season in tight end Pat Freiermuth. Adding Hamler to the mix with a more experienced Sean Clifford and an ultra-talented running back room led by Journey Brown could put Penn State on the cusp of a special 2020 season.

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For now, fans will have to wait a bit longer to find out where Hamler will be in 2020. He has 96 catches for 1,612 yards and 13 TDs in two seasons with the Nittany Lions.