Michigan State is revisiting the transfer portal to improve the roster for 2023. One position the Spartans have looked to build depth for is at tight end.

On Thursday, Mel Tucker’s squad landed a commitment from Tyneil Hopper, a veteran TE out of Boise State. Originally a member of the 2018 recruiting class, Hopper has 22 career catches for 259 yards and 2 touchdowns.

According to the 247Sports Transfer rankings, Hopper is a 3-star transfer prospect with one year of remaining eligibility that he will use in East Lansing.

As for the Spartans, TE is a particular position of emphasis for the team this offseason. Ademola Faleye, a 6-foot-7 prospect out of FCS Norfolk State, has also committed to the Spartans, along with former Wisconsin TE Jaylan Franklin.

It will be interesting to see how these pieces get deployed at Michigan State.