Jalen Watts-Jackson has a special place in Spartan history, after this crazy play on special teams resulted in a victory over Michigan in 2015. But now, he's taking a graduate transfer. He spent three years as a rotation player as a defensive back and appeared in 22 games, recording eight tackles in that time. Watts-Jackson has one season of college football remaining.
More updates to the committed transfer list.
Marcus Griffin, a defensive lineman, is taking his graduate transfer from Arizona to Central Michigan. Griffin failed to make the line rotation during his three years with the Wildcats, appearing in just 11 games. But he was a highly touted prospect coming out of high school, and a change of scenery may spark a big year. He will have one season of eligibility with the Chippewas.
Madre London, a running back, will be a grad transfer to Tennessee. He was a role player at Michigan State, racking up nearly a thousand yards and eight touchdowns in his career. London figures to be a good fit for Tennessee's new pro-style offense, and he'll have one season of eligibility to make an impact. This is the third graduate transfer the Vols have landed this month.
Alex Ofodile, a wide receiver, is leaving Oregon to play college football at Missouri. He'll graduate in June and take his grad transfer this summer, where he'll have two years left to play. Ofodile is an interesting case. He's following his college teammate, Khalil Oliver, to Missouri. But it gets more interesting. Ofodile is from Columbia, Missouri, and his father is Mizzou's wide receiver coach. Somethings are just meant to be.
Meanwhile, Dylan Klumph, a punter, is taking a graduate transfer to Arizona. He leaves California as one of the best punters in their history and fills in a position of immediate need for the Wildcats. He graduates in May and has one year of eligibility left.
Finally, Madre London, a running back, is taking a graduate transfer from Michigan State. Stuck behind other runners on the depth chart, London is looking for a new opportunity at a new school. He has one year of eligibility remaining and has run for 900 yards in four years for the Spartans.
Jon Roschke is leaving the Spartans under somewhat ugly circumstances. The rising fifth year player apparently said something regrettable in a fight with a teammate last month, and it's prompted him to leave the program. He can play immediately elsewhere next season.
Roschke was hurt for most of 2016, but started at linebacker 24 times over the past three seasons. That includes every game of the 2015 season.
Stay tuned for where he ends up.