Penn State begins spring football practice in search of leaders
UNIVERSITY PARK —
The Penn State football team will look different in 2019.
The program's winningest quarterback Trace McSorley is gone. Now, the Nittany Lions are looking for someone to step into a new role at the QB position.
A strong candidate to be next season's starting QB is Tommy Stevens.
The senior has passed for just 304 yards and 4 touchdowns, in his career.
Stevens has had more opportunities as a ball carrier. He has tallied 506 rushing yards and 8 total touchdowns.