Former Archbishop Rummel standout Aaron Brule transfers to Michigan State

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Aaron Brule

Former Archbishop Rummel linebacker Aaron Brule has announced he will transfer from Mississippi State to Michigan State and newly-extended head coach Mel Tucker.

Brule made his decision known Thursday on Twitter.

The 6-foot-2, 230 pounder became a leader for the Mississippi State defense. He appeared in 11 games this past season, posting 54 total tackles and three sacks. Overall, he had 142 tackles, 18 tackles for loss and eight sacks in his four seasons over 40 games with the Bulldogs.

Having already secured his degree, Brule has two years of eligibility remaining.

Brule chose Mississippi State out of high school over Arkansas and TCU. Arizona, Georgia, Washington State, Tulane, Kansas, ULL, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Miss. State, Oklahoma State, Memphis, Oregon State, Tennessee, Texas and Texas Tech also offered.

The former ub-200 pound safety with the Raiders grew into one of the SEC’s best linebackers, maintaining his excellent skills like finding the ball quickly, closing quickly on plays and excelling as an open field tackler.

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