Michigan State quarterback Sam Leavitt is 'done' with the Spartans with the hiring of Jonathan Smith.

The mass exodus from Michigan State's football roster has begun in East Lansing, following a dismal 2023 season.

We have seen two MSU graduate players (linebacker Darius Snow and offensive tackle Spencer Brown) enter the NCAA transfer portal as of 6 p.m. on Monday evening. 

Three other undergraduates, quarterback Katin Houser, offensive tackle Ethan Boyd

and offensive guard Kevin Wigenton, have publicly stated their intent to use the portal when the fall window opens on December 4.

And now, true freshman Sam Leavitt is set to join the transfer portal as well, and it doesn't appear that he'll play for the Spartans again.

Leavitt announced his decision to leave Michigan State and end his career somewhere in a report from Rivals.com's Spartans Illustrated. 

This choice contradicts Leavitt's prior pronouncements regarding his future in East Lansing

but there's a reason for that: he has no intention of playing for new Michigan State head coach Jonathan Smith.

Leavitt, an Oregon native and former four-star recruit, was never offered a scholarship by Smith while he was the head coach at Oregon State. 

According to the story, Leavitt still has "hard feelings" for Smith because of this.

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