Jalen Watts-Jackson is seeking a graduate transfer from Michigan State University.

Watts-Jackson posted on twitter Wednesday morning his intentions to play his last year of eligibility elsewhere.

As Watts-Jackson says in his tweet he has graduated from Michigan State and is seeking a different opportunity for his final year of college football. He was not included on the team's opening roster for spring practice.

Watts-Jackson will always be remembered in Spartan history for his unbelievable, against the odds touchdown at Michigan a couple of years ago.

On that play Watts-Jackson injured his hip and missed the rest of the 2015 season. By the time he came back healthy for the 2016 season he was placed on almost exclusively special teams duty in his six games played. He acquired no measurable statistics last season.

Watts-Jackson's MSU career finishes as a three year letterwinner with 22 games played. He made eight tackles and had one incredible touchdown.