The post-spring football practice roster exodus continues for Michigan State.
The latest player to enter the transfer portal is redshirt freshman tight end Tommy Guajardo, who was part of the 2020 class out of Dearborn, Michigan.
Guajardo joins recent departures Justin Stevens (offensive line), Jack Olsen (kicker) and Damon Kaylor (offensive line) ever since MSU’s televised spring practice wrapped up on Saturday. The 6-foot-3, 230 pound tight end was tabbed as the No. 30-ranked tight end prospect in the nation out of high school and the No. 22-ranked player in the state of Michigan. He also held offers from Minnesota, Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Iowa State, Kansas State and a slew of MAC schools as well.
Guajardo took a redshirt season in 2020 as a true freshman and did not see game action.
Tight end is a position that is certainly up for grabs this season as Tyler Hunt, Trenton Gillison and Adam Berghorst all return to compete for the starting role. However, it could be a newcomer in true freshman and early enrollee Kameron Allen out of Texas that could be the man as he’s established himself early on this offseason. Of course, this could also be a position the MSU staff tries to fill with a late transfer add as they would ideally want collegiate experience at that position.
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