Saturday morning Michigan State defensive lineman Kyonta Stallworth posted on Twitter that he plans to transfer out of East Lansing.

Stallworth, 21, played high school football at St. Clair Shores South Lake before transferring to Detroit Martin Luther King his senior year. He was regarded as one of the country's best offensive guards out of high school but when he enrolled at Michigan State University he was moved to the defensive side of the ball.

After taking a redshirt in 2015, Stallworth struggled to ascend the depth chart. He appeared in eight games over the next two seasons registering only 12 tackles.

Stallworth was listed as a "third-year player (that) provides depth along the interior of the defensive line." by Michigan State's official athletics website.

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