Temple tight end Kenny Yeboah will be entering the transfer portal. In a phone interview Monday, the redshirt junior said he doesn’t know where he’ll spend his final college season.

“I talked to coach [Rod Carey] about it and thought it would be my best decision,” Yeboah said.

The 6-foot-5, 240-pound Yeboah has 19 receptions for 233 yards and five touchdowns this season. Often underutilized, he was targeted a little more toward the end of the season, finishing with eight receptions for 133 yards and four touchdowns in his last four games.

Yeboah, a former receiver at Allentown’s Parkland High, has the speed to outrun linebackers and the size and strength to outmuscle safeties. He is a potential NFL prospect but says he doesn’t plan to declare early.

“I have thought about it but I would like to get drafted in the top three rounds and I think another year would definitely help me,” he said.

Yeboah, who will earn his degree this month as an advertising major, also confirmed that he won’t be playing in Temple’s coming bowl game. The Owls, who finished the regular season 8-4 overall and 5-3 in the American Athletic Conference, will know their bowl destination when bids are announced Sunday.