Forest Park High School graduate Eric Kumah announced on Twitter Monday that he will visit Penn State April 6.
Kumah said Tuesday night he is visiting Notre Dame Feb. 23. He has also scheduled a visit to Texas Tech March 30.
Kumah announced a week ago his plans to transfer from Virginia Tech by placing his name in the NCAA transfer portal.
By putting his name in the transfer portal, Kumah, who was the Hokies’ second-leading receiver in 2018 with 42 catches for 559 yards and seven touchdowns, lets other schools know he is considering transferring. The move also allows colleges to contact him, while also giving him the option of staying at Virginia Tech.
Kumah will remain at Virginia Tech while he decides his next move. Kumah has one year of eligibility left. He would arrive at his next school as a graduate transfer, which would allow him to play immediately.
Penn State already has Hylton graduate Ricky Slade on its roster. Slade is a freshman running back for the Nittany Lions.