For the second time this week, Michigan State is losing a young wide receiver.

Sophomore Trishton Jackson announced on Twitter Friday that he intends to transfer, just days after freshman Hunter Rison made the same decision.

“After much thought and consideration, I have decided to transfer from Michigan State University,” Jackson posted. “I want to thank my coaches for the opportunity. I have had a great experience here and want to thank my teammates for the memories. I also want to thank Spartan Nation for all of your support and I will forever be a Spartan Dawg.”

The former standout at West Bloomfield entered the 2017 season primed for a breakout year as the Spartans were thin on experience and Jackson was coming off a spring game where he had eight catches for 168 yards.