Taylor Stubblefield, Penn State assistant, pens heartfelt farewell to Nittany Lions
Taylor Stubblefield will not be coming back to Penn State in 2023. Stubblefield posted a message on social media Sunday, thanking Penn State for all it had done for him.
Stubblefield was the offensive recruiting coordinator/ receivers coach at State College this past season.
Here’s what he had to say about it:
“As my time at Penn State has drawn to a close, I want to extend a debt of gratitude to all of my players for trusting me, buying in, allowing me to coach them, and for giving me their all. I will always be deeply honored to see you have success. I believe in each of you and I’m confident that your impact will be felt far beyond the football field. It has also been a privilege to work alongside some of the great minds in all of college football. WE ARE, eternally grateful.”
— Taylor Stubblefield (@CoachStubbs) January 16, 2023
The Nittany Lions saw two of their top wideouts declare for 2023 NFL Draft this season. Parker Washington and Western Kentucky transfer Mitchell Tinsley are both heading to the NFL. Washington led all Penn State wideouts this season with 611 yards receiving.
Tradition will keep you posted on any more staff changes at Penn State heading into the 2023 season.