Two more members of Michigan State’s football team are exploring their options outside of East Lansing.

Offensive lineman Damon Kaylor and tight end Tommy Guajardo have both entered their names into the NCAA transfer portal. The news comes after the Spartans ended their spring practice schedule on Saturday with an open practice and scrimmage.

Rainer Sabin of the Detroit Free Press reported on Kaylor’s decision to enter the portal while Guajardo made his announcement with a post on Twitter. That brings the total up to four since MSU concluded spring ball, with offensive lineman Justin Stevens and kicker Jack Olsen both looking to transfer as well.


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Kaylor was a member of Michigan State’s 2019 recruiting class but did not appear in any games for the program in his two seasons. He redshirted in 2019 and did not play during the 2020 campaign. He will have four years of eligibility remaining at his next destination.

Guajardo came to Michigan State as a member of the 2020 recruiting class and did not see the field last fall. He will also have all four years of eligibility to use at his next home.