We have officially seen a “mass exodus” on the offensive side of the ball pertaining to Michigan State football. The Spartans have seemingly lost everyone on offense which is a bit of a concern.
What does that mean moving forward?
Honestly, it brings a lot of uncertainty to East Lansing and it casts doubt on the team despite a new, exciting era beginning with the hire of Jonathan Smith. The Spartans have lost a number of key offensive players to the portal like Jaron Glover, Katin Houser, Sam Leavitt, and Tyrell Henry. That’s not even mentioning the offensive linemen like Geno VanDeMark, Ethan Boyd, and Spencer Brown.
There have been a lot of players putting their names into the portal, but one more than entered on Tuesday makes the quarterback situation in East Lansing that much more questionable: Noah Kim.
Now that he’s entered the portal, Michigan State has no scholarship quarterbacks currently left on the roster.
Will Michigan State football add a transfer?
I mean, the easy answer to this question is yes. The Spartans will have no choice if Katin Houser, Leavitt, and Kim are all legitimately gone, so a transfer is the only option unless Smith feels comfortable moving forward with some walk-ons and incoming freshman Henry Hasselbeck.
Which I know he won’t be.
There are already rumors circulating regarding the addition of Aidan Chiles who happens to be Smith’s stud freshman quarterback from back at Oregon State. Adding him would be huge.
Let’s hope that happens because going into the offseason with zero scholarship quarterbacks isn’t exactly a good sign.