Rob Bolden's time at Penn State hasn't gone quite liked he had hoped. 

It started off with a bang as he was the first freshman quarterback to start a season opener for Penn State in over 100 years. He had the talent to led Penn State back to the national level. However, somewhere along the way, things went sour. 

Bolden tried to transfer after his freshman year but former coach Joe Paterno would not release him from his scholarship. Bolden wound up on the bench in favor of Matt McGloin in his sophomore season. 

Now, the 6'3", 214-pound quarterback reportedly visited LSU as a potential landing spot from a transfer from Penn State. The Tigers aren't very deep at the quarterback position as they have two freshman behind JUCO QB Zach Mettenberger. 

Bolden would be available to play immediately due to the NCAA sanctions handed down on Penn State over the Jerry Sandusky scandal. 

Could Bolden wind up at LSU? It certainly looks like a possibility. He's obviously wanted out of Penn State now for over a year and this just might be the right situation for him to land.