Penn State linebacker Khairi Fortt has been one of the busiest names in the great transfer rumor mill, with something like 30 schools contacting him within a day of the NCAA's sanctions announcement. Those listed by his father included Georgia, California, Baylor, and UConn, and now we have more to add to the list via ESPN:
"TCU, UConn, Kansas, Washington, Auburn, Baylor, FSU, Vanderbilt and several others told him he has a scholarship at their program," Guy Fortt said. "He is torn, but I think he is doing his due diligence and evaluating his options."
Buzz is growing around Auburn and Florida State being very interested in seeing which Penn State players they can add. I'm just over here talking about buzziness, so don't mind me.
He's got two years of eligibility left, has seen action in 22 games so far, ranked third among all Penn State underclassmen in tackles last year, hasn't been in trouble, and has the stamp of approval from a Linebacker U dean.