Michigan State football landed eight transfers this offseason and there are a few who I believe will have the biggest impacts.
Just like the offseason leading up to the 2021 campaign, Michigan State football brought in a number of talented transfers to help ease the loss of some key players.
One of those transfers actually happened to lead the offense and become the nation’s top running back. Kenneth Walker III will be missed, but there are more transfers who figure to have major impacts on the 2022 squad.
Which three incoming transfers ahead of the 2022 season will have the biggest impacts?
Former four-star defensive end Khris Bogle decided to hit the transfer portal this offseason after Dan Mullen was let go at Florida. Mel Tucker jumped at the chance to land him.
Bogle was one of the top defensive ends in the portal after putting up 67 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, and seven sacks in 25 career games with the Gators. He’s going to be the projected starter at the defensive end spot on the opposite side of Jeff Pietrowski. He’ll be the perfect replacement for Jacub Panasiuk and his experience and talent level will make him an instant star.
The 6-4, 240-pound end from Florida will lead a line that will be one of the best in the Big Ten next season and he’s going to put up career numbers as a year one Brandon Jordan disciple, in my opinion.