"No sir," Rodney said when asked if he took his official to Penn State this weekend, "I'm going to reschedule it. I think I might have to cancel one of my other ones.
"My dad wasn't really sure about the ice storms. They said there was ice in the mountains and stuff. He didn't want to drive and have a wreck or anything.
"I'm definitely going to take a visit there."
"I can't do it this weekend, I have an awards banquet and then I have to go up to the Shrine Bowl. I'm up for Mr. Football in South Carolina."
Kinlaw has visits set to Clemson on January 10, North Carolina State on January 17 and Virginia Tech on January 24. He is also hoping to fit in a visit to South Carolina.
Kinlaw closed out his senior campaign by rushing for close to 1,800 yards and 30 touchdowns this year for Stratford High School.
Kinlaw Postpones Penn State Trip
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