Trey Potts, Minnesota RB transfer, announces Big Ten commitment
Trey Potts is coming home, and the former Minnesota running back has committed to stay in the Big Ten and play at Penn State.
Potts announced his plans on social media after the Williamsport, Pennsylvania native had 101 carries for 474 yards and 3 touchdowns, a 4.69-yard average. In 2022, he served as the primary backup to Mohamed Ibrahim
Potts gained 7 yards on 5 rush attempts against Penn State last October in Beaver Stadium.
Potts entered the transfer portal in March after he came back from an unspecified 2021 injury that ended his season and required him to be hospitalized for 6 days in Indiana after he collapsed on the sideline late in the Gophers game at Purdue. In that 2021 season, Potts averaged 110.4 rushing yards per game.
Coming out of high school, Potts was a 3-star recruit and No. 13 ranked all-purpose running back by the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Coming Home , We Are !!! pic.twitter.com/MHGtHcKOgo
— Trey Potts (@PottsTreyson) April 6, 2023