Inquirer staff writer Don McKee writes in his Morning Report:

There's no hint as to Pat Devlin's destination, now that the Downingtown East grad has told Penn State he will transfer.
But a good bet could be Delaware. With Joe Flacco emerging as a top young NFL quarterback with the Baltimore Ravens, Delaware's track record is as good as anyone's. The Blue Hens also produced Rich Gannon, who won the NFL's MVP award after the 2002 season.

And since Delaware is in the NCAA's Football Championship Subdivision (previously Division I-AA), there would be no transfer penalty. Devlin could play immediately and would still have two years of eligibility remaining.

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