Michigan State has reportedly added a Penn State transfer to the roster. There are still some roadblocks in the way for him though per Chris Solari of the Detroit Free Press.

Defensive end Ken Talley is now a Spartan. However, he is not eligible to play for team just yet,  according to a Michigan State spokesman. It was announced that Talley would be joining Michigan State via the transfer portal on Sept. 7. Talley was a former 4-star recruit from the 2022 class per the 247Sports Composite.

Talley is not completely cut off from the team, however. Apparently, Talley will be able to start practicing with the team this fall. Penn State has removed Talley from its roster, as it looks like he is now officially a Spartan.

Since the transfer happened after the May 1 deadline, Michigan State will need to file a waiver that will need to be approved by the NCAA for Talley to be eligible this season.

The Spartans’ next two games are against Washington and Minnesota.