It looks like sources were a little bit ahead of themselves in regards to the transfer of Penn State linebacker Khairi Fortt as word has gotten out that he actually has not made a decision yet on where he's transferring.
According to a tweet from ESPN's Joe Schad, Fortt's father is quoted as saying, "No final decision has been made. Khairi and our family are weighing options." The family will meet with Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien this week.
The junior linebacker is one of the growing number of Penn State football players who are now looking to transfer after the punishment for the school's involvement in the Jerry Sandusky scandal brought the program to its knees and put its future as one of the premier programs in the country in serious doubt.
Fortt recorded 33 tackles, including six for loss and 2.5 sacks during his sophomore year at Penn State.
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