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Michigan State Football: Wide Receiver Tre’Von Morgan Enters the Transfer Portal

The redshirt freshman has entered the portal after totalling two receptions and a touchdown in four games in 2020.

NCAA Football: Michigan State at Penn State Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports

The Michigan State Spartans have lost another player to the transfer portal this offseason, this time in redshirt freshman wide receiver Tre’Von Morgan. The news was initially reported by Rivals, and later confirmed by MLive’s Matt Wenzel.

After redshirting in 2019, the wide receiver played in four games in 2020 for the Spartans and totaled two receptions for 46 yards and a touchdown in Michigan State’s final game of the season against Penn State.

Morgan was ranked as the No. 56 wide receiver nationally in the 2019 class, and the No. 17 player in Ohio, according to 247Sports. His size and speed make him an effective wide receiver, shown off best in his two receptions against the Nittany Lions this past season. He’s listed at 6-feet-6-inches tall and 215 pounds.

Morgan was a surprising addition to the transfer portal, but he becomes the 14th Spartan to enter the transfer portal this offseason. He joins quarterback Rocky Lombardi, offensive lineman Devontae Dobbs, wide receiver/cornerback Julian Barnett and many other Spartans who have decided to enter transfer portal for the Spartans. Although, it does not necessarily mean every player who entered the portal is leaving East Lansing.

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