Michigan State DT Harmon goes into transfer portal

  • Tom VanHaaren, ESPN Staff WriterApr 23, 2024, 02:59 PM ET Close ESPN

  • personnel writer Signed up with ESPN in 2011
  • Finished from Central Michigan

It’s unavoidable that a training modification will cause transfers, and Michigan State is seeing that play out throughout the spring transfer window.Defensive take on Derrick Harmon entered the portal Tuesday, which marked the 10th scholarship player for Michigan State to get in the database because April 16. Harmon had 40 overall tackles this past season with 3.5 takes on for loss and 1.5 sacks in 12 games. The redshirt sophomore played in all 12 games during the 2022 season, too, and had 30 overall takes on, 3 tackles for loss and 2 sacks.Editor’s Picks He’s the seventh defensive player to go into the portal for the Spartans in the past week, along with linebacker Ma’a Gaoteote, protective lineman Simeon Barrow

Jr., who had 5.5 takes on for loss and 3.5 sacks last season, lineman Andrew Depaepe, and protective backs Eddie Pleasant III, Sean Brown and Marqui Lowery Jr.New coach Jonathan Smith already added many transfers in December and January, after he was employed, including quarterback Aidan Chiles, who reunited with Smith from Oregon State,

tight end Jack Velling, Georgia Tech protective lineman D’Quan Douse, Indiana edge Anthony Jones, Middle Tennessee edge Quindarius Dunnigan and Wisconsin linebacker Jordan Turner, to name a few.

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