East Lansing, MI – Michigan State now has ten student-athletes who have entered the transfer portal this season.
Redshirt junior fullback/tight end, Max Rosenthal, has entered the portal, a team spokesman confirmed earlier this week.
Rosenthal joined MSU as a walk-on and redshirted in 2017 after graduating from New Trier High School in Wisconsin.
The former Spartan became the program's starting fullback following an injury to Collin Lucas, where he recovered a fumble in the endzone for a score against Maryland.
However, Michigan State scratched the fullback position from its depth chart last year, so Rosenthal was used as an H-back, finishing with two receptions for four yards and a touchdown while appearing in 12 contests (he suffered an injury in the Pinstripe Bowl).
Once the university hired Mel Tucker and brought in a new offensive coordinator in Jay Johnson, it was clear the position wasn't coming back – Rosenthal transitioned to becoming a tight end but never dressed for MSU.
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