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Pitt Defensive Lineman Noah Palmer Enters Transfer Portal



Pitt redshirt senior defensive lineman Noah Palmer has made the decision to transfer from Pitt.

This news doesn’t come as a surprise following Palmer’s decision to walk out on Senior Day. The Thomas Jefferson graduate will still have two seasons of athletic eligibility remaining.

Noah Palmer (45) Pitt Panthers senior day – November 20, 2021 David Hague/PSN

The 6’3″, 270 linemen was used both on the offensive and defensive line at Pitt but was never really able to settle into one position. After not playing his first two seasons, Palmer played in two games during the 2020 season and played this season against New Hampshire.

Palmer was a 3-star defensive end in Pitt’s Class of 2018 and selected Pitt over other offers from Akron, Army, Ball State, Bowling Green, Buffalo, Kent State, Miami (OH), Robert Morris and Toledo.

With the departure of Palmer and linebacker Cam Bright, Pitt still stands at 89 scholarships, four over the NCAA limit of 85.

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richard ellison
2 years ago

must not have wanted it very bad cause hard work pays off in what you put into whatever your goals are. he just wasn`t talent enough to playat a school like pitt. Even being ask to walk-on should been enough enegery to so you wanted to be part of the team.

richard ellison
2 years ago

its hard to see what coach is looking for in an OC unless its of his friends , Should have given the Reciever coach that opportunity to become that choice. I assume he felt this could be my chance to prove myself . But since i wasn`t let me know elsewhere.

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