Coming on the heels of Silas Redd's decision to transfer to USC, Penn State reportedly lost another player on the offensive side of the ball on Tuesday night when word came down that tight end Kevin Haplea had decided to transfer. Rich Scarcella reported the news for the Reading Eagle:
Kevin Haplea, the most experienced tight end on the Penn State roster, has decided to transfer, a source told the Reading Eagle.
Haplea visited Florida State last week, but it was unclear to where he will transfer.
Haplea played in every game the past two seasons but entered fall camp as the No. 2 "F" tight end of the depth chart. While it's not a major loss for the Lions, Haplea joins Rob Bolden and Redd as three offensive players exiting Happy Valley in the past two days.
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