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6-foot-6 Offensive Tackle Jarrett Horst transfers to Michigan State football

The offensive line just got some more juice

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Some more beef is on its way to East Lansing.

Arkansas State transfer and 2019 Sun Belt All-Conference third team offensive tackle Jarrett Horst announced on Saturday night he is MSU-bound.

According to Rival’s reporter Corey Robinson, the 6-foot-6 305 pound product also held offers from Oklahoma, Texas, Baylor, Florida State, Purdue and a smattering of others.

Horst was a member of the Outland Trophy Watch List (awarded to the best interior offensive lineman in college football), a selection to Phil Steel’s preseason first team All-Sun Belt Conference and a selection to Athlon Sports’ preseason second team All-Sun Belt.

The incoming senior is a Wisconsin native and also started his collegiate career at Ellsworth Community College before heading to Arkansas State for his sophomore season.

No doubt, this is a big addition for Mel Tucker and Co. Add this news to the Geno VanDeMark commitment on Friday, and it’s been a nice little weekend in the offensive line department.