Yet another Michigan State player has entered his name into the transfer portal. This time it is defensive end Jasiyah Robinson who has declared his intentions to explore options outside of East Lansing.
Robinson opted out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns and took a redshirt season last year. He came into the program as a three-star recruit out of Ohio as a part of the class of 2020. Obviously, he did not appear in a game for the Spartans last season.
Robinson becomes the eighth MSU player to enter the portal since the spring game this past weekend. He joins defensive tackle Chris Mayfield, tight end Tommy Guajardo, offensive lineman Damon Kaylor, long snapper Bryce Eimer, defensive end DeAri Todd, offensive lineman Justin Stevens and kicker Jack Olsen as Spartans who have entered the portal since Saturday.
This is the new reality in college sports, with many more players coming and going via the transfer portal. Mel Tucker and his staff have already brought in a few additions this winter, and will be bringing in more new players to East Lansing this summer. Of course, the additions lead to other players choosing to leave. Stay tuned for more updates as portal season is in full effect. Keep up with our transfer portal tracker to stay up to date.