Former Penn State wide receiver Brandon Polk will finish his collegiate career at James Madison University.
Coming back to my home state, Excited for what the future hold for me! BagSzn Go Dukes ! @ James Madison University https://t.co/zZ2liicpsG
— The Kidd (@TheKidd603) May 15, 2019
Polk came to Penn State as a four-star recruit out of Briar Woods High School in Virginia, where he was teammates with Trace McSorley.
The receiver made an immediate impact, appearing in all 13 games as a true freshman. He appeared in the first three games of the 2016 season, before going down with a season-ending injury, allowing him to take a redshirt during Penn State's Big Ten championship season, and retaining one year of eligibility. He was a key member of the receiver rotation over the past two seasons, catching 19 balls for 292 yards and four touchdowns over that time frame.
He will be eligible immediately for a Dukes team that has made the past five FCS Playoffs.