Former Belleville linebacker Aaron Alexander is transferring to Michigan State football.
He played at Massachusetts in three games as a freshman this season, after helping Belleville win a state title as a senior.
“I’m coming home,” Alexander tweeted Tuesday.
Alexander last December decommitted from the Michigan Wolverines during the signing period. Alexander, a three-star prospect, was ranked No. 26 in the state of Michigan, according to the 247Sports Composite. He’s 6 feet 1 and 205 pounds.
The Spartans’ linebacker room currently includes Cal Haladay, Jacoby Windmon, Aaron Brule, Darius Snow and Ma’a Gaoteote, among others.
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Then later Tuesday evening, former Florida State defensive lineman Jarrett Jackson announced he was joining the Spartans.
Jackson, listed at 6-6 and 308 pounds, played in 11 games this season as a redshirt sophomore. The Riviera Beach, Florida, native had 12 tackles (two solos) and a quarterback hit. He started his college career at Louisville as a true freshman in 2018.