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Michigan State defensive back Jalen Watts-Jackson is going from legend on the field to hero off of it.

Watts-Jackson said Thursday he was going to become a graduate transfer and join the U.S. Air Force.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I am going into the Air Force,” Watts-Jackson told the Michigan State-centric blog Spartan Nation. “I was raised that it is a good idea to serve your country. I have family members that have served this county including my dad. So I am excited to serve this nation.”

He plans on becoming an officer focusing on cyber systems operation and security.

Watts-Jackson was a member of the Spartans’ 2014 class and played 22 games in three seasons with the Spartans, according to the Detroit Free Press. He had eight tackles and one fumble recovery.

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