Michigan State cornerback enters the transfer portal

The roster shakeup continues in East Lansing as 19 players from Michigan State's roster have now entered the transfer portal during the spring window.

The latest comes from redshirt senior defensive back Khary Crump, who spent the last three seasons with the Spartans after redshirting his only year at Arizona in 2020. The 6-foot-1, 173-pound player was intercepted during MSU's Spring Showcase event on April 20. tackles walk-on quarterback Andrew Schorfhaar.

During his career with the Spartans, Crump appeared in eight games as a reserve cornerback and recorded two tackles and a pass breakup. He will have another season.

Unfortunately, Crump's tenure at Michigan State will be best remembered for his involvement in the tunnel incident at Michigan Stadium following the rivalry game between the Spartans and Wolverines in 2022. He received an additional eight-game suspension starting in 2023 after a video showed him doing his Helmet swung and hit a Michigan player in the tunnel.

While the Spring Transfer Portal window closed at the end of April, it may take up to 48 hours for a player's name to appear in the index. Michigan State has lost 19 players to the portal since April 16 and a total of 38 players since firing former head coach Mel Tucker in mid-October. The Spartans saw four players in the portal Tuesday, including projected starting right guard Geno VanDeMark and safety Jaden Mangham, who joined offensive tackle Ethan Boyd and running back Jaren Mangham.

Head coach Jonathan Smith and his staff have also worked to expand their roster through the portal, with four transfers made to Michigan State since April 16. The latest addition also came on Tuesday, with defensive back Ed Woods choosing the Spartans over Alabama. This offseason, the Spartans added a total of 15 transfer additions to their roster.

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