Penn State wide receiver Juwan Johnson has entered his name into the NCAA transfer database, according to a report.
Cole Cubelic of the SEC Network reported that Johnson has entered the transfer portal and will explore his options. He totaled 79 catches for 1,053 yards and two touchdowns over the last two seasons.
Penn State recently fired wide receivers coach David Corley and hired Gerad Parker, who spent time previously at Purdue and Duke.
Penn State WR Juwan Johnson has entered the NCAA transfer portal per source.
Had 79 receptions for 1,053 yards and 2 TD's the past two seasons.
— Cole Cubelic (@colecubelic) January 11, 2019
Johnson caught 25 passes for 352 yards and a touchdown in 2018. He was the team’s third-leading receiver with those numbers.
Penn State is already enduring quite a few losses this offseason. Not only does it lose star quarterback Trace McSorley, five players have declared for the 2019 NFL Draft, including starting running back Miles Sanders.
Though Johnson’s name is in the portal, it doesn’t necessarily mean he’s leaving Penn State. Players have the opportunity to explore other options but can also return to their institution.