Michigan State football is offering transfer OL Xavier Jennings from Lenoir-Rhyne

Michigan State football lost two key members of its offensive line this week as Ethan Boyd and Geno VanDeMark entered the transfer portal.

Spartans coach Jonathan Smith and his staff are trying to fill the gaps created by the spring edition of the transfer portal and have already made an attempt to do so in their offensive line room.

Lenoir-Rhyne University transfer offensive lineman Xavier Jennings announced Thursday on X, formerly known as Twitter, that he has been offered by Michigan State.

Jennings was named to the All Piedmont Division Offense First Team two consecutive seasons. He started all 15 of Lenoir-Rhyne's games last season and helped lead the team to the NCAA Division II semifinals, where it lost to eventual national champion Harding.

The 1.90 meter tall, 110 kilogram lineman started eleven games at right tackle in the 2022 and 2021 seasons. He was named a 2022 Don Hansen All-American Honorable Mention.

Jennings started in all four of the Bears' contests in his first season with the program.

According to his Old Dominion, Marshall, Houston Christian, Campbell, Georgia Southern, Samford, Charleston Southern, Northern Arizona, North Carolina Central, Mercer, Coastal Carolina and Gardner-Webb.

Jennings has one year of eligibility remaining and a redshirt year.

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