Former Penn State and LSU player Rob Bolden has announced he will transfer once again, this time he leaves the Beaux Bengals for the Eagles of Eastern Michigan to play under new head coach Chris Creighton. Bolden played QB at Penn State and switched to WR while with LSU. Bolden is originally from Orchard Lake, Michigan where he played at Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep ranking as a 4 star prospect coming out of high school in 2010. Bolden originally committed to Penn state while also having offers from Nebraska, Oregon, Wisconsin, Missouri, Virginia Tech, Purdue and more. On the move As a true freshman Bolden was the starting QB at Penn State for 2 years. After the scandal at PSU, Bolden bolted for the Beaux to play for Les Miles and the Tigers. He sat out the 2012 season, and switched to the WR position for the 2013 season where he saw no playing time. In the 2014 spring game Bolden caught for 37 yards but wasn't expected to get much playing time in the 2014 season. The 6'4 210 pound Bolden will be eligible to play immediately for the 2014 season at Eastern Michigan, after graduating from LSU with a degree. At EMU he will likely switch back to being a QB, but will keep an open mind about the WR position.
Former Penn State and LSU QB Rob Bolden transferring to Eastern Michigan
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