OK, I just know that Tunmise Adeleye is a guy that everyone is looking forward to seeing on the defensive side of the ball this year. Many believe that he’s going to have the biggest impact of any newcomer on the team, but I think that there’s one guy that might just outperform him.
Looking at the transfers on the defensive side of the ball, there were a number of quality options to choose from between Terry Roberts, Armorion Smith, and Jalen Sami, it was tough to pick just one, but Adeleye always comes to mind when I think of instant-impact transfers. He’s going to be a guy who becomes a staple of this defense for the next couple of years.
Recruited to Texas A&M as a highly-regarded top-100 four-star out of high school, Adeleye was hoping to crack the rotation in College Station early on. Unfortunately for him, Jimbo Fisher recruited a number of five-star prospects on the line which filled up the position group.
Now, he’s looking for a fresh start with more opportunity and Michigan State is a perfect fit.
While he won’t have Brandon Jordan training him in East Lansing like he had hoped when he committed to the Spartans, he’ll be led by Diron Reynolds and a strong defensive staff.
Big things are coming for Adeleye.