The Penn State to Delaware pipeline has proven itself to be a successful one as former Nittany Lion linebacker Troy Reeder and offensive lineman Noah Beh have signed as undrafted free agents with the Rams and Raiders, respectively.
Reeder came to Penn State as part of James Franklin's first recruiting class in 2014. After redshirting his first year on campus, he seemed destined to be a part of Penn State linebacking corps for years, starting 11 games in 2015. He was named to ESPN's Big Ten All-Freshman team after lodging 67 tackles and one pick. He shocked just about everyone when he announced he would transfer back to Delaware following that season. He was a standout with the Blue Hens, being named to the CAA First-Team defense the past two seasons.
Noah Beh also came to Penn State a la James Franklin's first class. He appeared in all 13 games in 2015, before being suspended indefinitely entering the 2016 season. He was named to the CAA Third-Team offense this past season.