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Nevada defensive lineman Logan Arnold enters the transfer portal

Logan Arnold
Logan Arnold, center, is in the NCAA transfer portal. (Kyle Pulek/Nevada athletics)

Another member of the Nevada football team is in the NCAA transfer portal.

Logan Arnold, who redshirted as a true freshman with the Wolf Pack last season, entered the transfer portal two weeks ago, according to a source with access to the portal. His name remains active in the portal.

Arnold is a 6-foot-3, 275-pound defensive tackle from Yuba City, Calif. Arnold did not see any action in his first season at Nevada and has four years of eligibility remaining.

Arnold was listed as a two-star recruit by coming out of high school and also got recruiting interest from Weber State, Air Force, Idaho State and Fresno State. Nevada was his only reported offer. In high school, he was a two-time all-league selection who was the Capitol Valley Conference Lineman of the Year in 2018 as a senior. Arnold was a multi-sport athlete who played basketball, baseball, wrestling and track and field. As as senior, he had 74 tackles, including seven for loss, six sacks and two forced fumbles.

If Arnold does leave Nevada, he would be the seventh player in the Wolf Pack's 21-player 2019 recruiting class to leave the school, joining LB JaVanz Dornners, QB Austin Kirksey, TE Ryan Smith, LB Patrick Willis, LB Jalen Williams and DE Javasia Brunson, who announced earlier this summer he was entering the transfer portal. Brunson transferred to Tyler (Texas) Junior College.

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