On Friday night, Michigan State wide receiver Trishton Jackson announced via social media that he will transfer.
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— Toog™ (@Toogie_2) January 13, 2018
Jackson becomes the second Spartans wide receiver this week to announce that he will leave the program. Earlier this week, freshman Hunter Rison decided that he would as well.
Jackson, a 6-foot-1 sophomore, played in 10 games last season and logged 11 catches for 143 yards. As a freshman, he caught 5 passes for 89 yards and 1 TD.
In 2017, Jackson lost his starting spot to freshman wide receiver Cody White. White started his first game against Northwestern, and caught 9 passes for 165 yards and 2 TD.
White went on to set the Spartans’ all-time true freshman record for receiving yards in a season in 2017.
Jackson, from West Bloomfield, Mich., was ranked as a 4-star prospect by 247Sports coming out of high school and was the 229th-ranked player overall.
In the Class of 2018, Michigan State has the No. 25-ranked class, and in that class, one wide receiver is committed to the Spartans.