Wide receiver Adonis Jennings has been cleared to play for Temple this season, a university spokesperson confirmed this afternoon.
The news was first reported by Owlscoop.com earlier today.
Jennings, who was a four-star recruit and the 38th best wide receiver in the 2014 class according to Rivals.com, transferred to Temple in March from the University of Pittsburgh.
He was trying to receive a hardship waiver from the NCAA in order to play this season.
Last season with the Panthers, Jennings saw action in six games, catching six passes for 55 yards.
In his senior year at Timber Creek High School in 2014, the Sicklerville, New Jersey native caught 64 passes for 1,153 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Jennings is the second wideout added for the Owls this offseason. Last month, Robby Anderson rejoined the team after being dismissed from the university due to academic reasons.
Anderson tallied 791 yards and nine touchdowns for Temple in 2013.