The wait is over. Months after his transfer, DeAnthony Arnett finally knows he will be on the field this fall for Michigan State.
The NCAA FINALLY approved Arnett's waiver, which will allow him to play this fall for Michigan State.
Arnett, a heralded recruit from Saginaw, originally went to Tennessee, but transferred after his freshman year to be closer to his ailing father, who is waiting for a kidney transplant.
The residence waiver was filed on March 27.
Arnett had 24 receptions for 242 yards and two touchdowns as a freshman at Tennessee.
His impact will be immediate with the Spartans, who have a depleted group of wide receivers following the graduation of B.J. Cunningham, Keith Nichol and Keshawn Martin.
Arnett will join Keith Mumphery, Tony Lippett and Bennie Fowler as the leading candidates for playing time.