When Khris Bogle committed to Florida back in 2019, expectations for him to become a star on that defense were extremely high. He was a top-50 prospect and had the body to compete right away in the SEC, but he was also coming off an injury in his senior year in high school.
Bogle’s first year at Florida was a quiet one as he played in nine games and had 18 tackles and two sacks, but he took a step forward as a sophomore, recording 27 tackles and 3.5 sacks. He plateaued a bit as a junior, finishing with 22 tackles and 1.5 sacks in 11 games and he decided to enter the transfer portal since Dan Mullen was on the way out.
Billy Napier tried to convince him to stay in Gainesville, but he felt like he needed a fresh start and gave Michigan State a shot.
Now, he’s considered the team’s top defensive end and he’s a freak athlete off the edge. Coaches have been raving about him in the preseason and while he’s had plenty of opportunities to break out with Florida through three years, he’s finally going to do that in the Spartans’ defense in 2022.
Bogle is going to have a monster year and he’ll benefit greatly from being on a defensive line that’s strong across the board.