Penn State receiver Parker Washington announced Friday that he is entering the NFL draft.
Washington had 46 catches for 611 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games this season before missing the final two regular-season games with an undisclosed season-ending injury.
“The memories I have made during my time so far with this Penn State family has been and will always be unforgettable,” Washington wrote on Twitter. “… Thank you to my family and coaches for the discussions, for helping me weigh the pros and cons, for helping me choose the next path in my journey. With that being said, I will be declaring for the 2023 NFL Draft.”
— Parker Washington (@cpw_3) December 9, 2022
Washington’s best outing of the season came when he caught 11 passes for 179 yards and one touchdown in a 44-31 loss to Ohio State on Oct. 29.
Overall, Washington caught 146 passes for 1,920 yards and 12 touchdowns in three seasons at Penn State. The receptions rank ninth in school history and the yardage ranks 12th.
Washington caught at least one pass in all 32 games of his Nittany Lions career.
–Field Level Media