Michigan State football lost another player to the NCAA transfer portal.
Weston Bridges on Monday confirmed to the Free Press he is leaving the Spartans. The sophomore has not played this season after making the transition from running back to wide receiver in the summer.
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The 5-foot-11, 208-pounder from Akron, Ohio, played in six games last season and ran for 53 yards on 16 attempts. A three-star recruit from Copley High, Bridges ran for 3,583 yards and 60 touchdowns on 474 carries in his 29-game high school career. As a senior in 2016, he ran for 1,651 yards and 29 touchdowns on 237 attempts as Copley made the Division II playoffs. He was rated the No. 31 running back in the nation in 247Sports.com’s composite rankings and was a USA TODAY second-team All-USA Ohio selection.