Football freep.com —  It is a good year for talent in the state of Indiana and one of the reasons why is Toks Akinribade of Brownsburg High School. The 6-foot, 205-pound Akinribade is rated the No. 6 player in the Hoosier State and the No. 61 athlete prospect in the nation for the class of 2016 by Rivals.com. He already holds BCS scholarships from Boston College, Cincinnati, Indiana, Illinois and Iowa as well as having a host of MAC scholarships.
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Football mlive.com —  Mark Dantonio was smiling when Michigan State's pro day workout session concluded, feeling good about the performances of his departing players and their chances to continue their careers in the NFL. All 32 NFL teams were represented, and more than 50 NFL personnel were on hand.
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Football freep.com —  "I worked out with Jameis two days," Cook said at Michigan State pro day Wednesday. "I think we're very similar. Pocket passers, accurate, throw a tight ball and just competitors. Guys that like to go out there and have fun and compete."
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Football mlive.com —  Big Ten Receiver of the Year Tony Lippett admits he's just now wrapping his brain around the idea that one day he might wake up and find himself playing cornerback in the NFL. "A lot of teams like me as a corner, a lot of teams like me as a wide receiver,'' said Lippett, one of several departing Michigan State players who took part in pro day at the Duffy Daugherty Football Building on Wednesday. "It's basically 50-50, so, I don't know.''
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Football onlyfans.cstv.com —  All 32 NFL teams were on hand for Michigan State's annual Pro Day, which was held Wednesday afternoon at the Duffy Daugherty Football Building indoor practice facility.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio has excelled at taking athletes and putting them at multiple positions during their college careers. Two in particular were on display at MSU's pro day Wednesday at the Duffy Daugherty Football Building, looking to impress NFL scouts, coaches and executives.
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Football videos.mlive.com —  Waynes dropped his 20-yard shuttle time two-tenths of a second at Michigan State football's Pro Day on Wednesday at the Duffy Daugherty Football Building in East Lansing. NFL personnel from all 32 teams were present, including head coaches Mike Tomlin (Pittsburgh), Chip Kelly (Philadelphia) and Mike Zimmer (Minnesota).
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Football detroitnews.com —  Several NFL big wigs attended Michigan State's pro day Wednesday, and Spartans wide receiver Tony Lippett knew exactly why. "That man over there," he said, looking in the direction of cornerback Trae Waynes. Waynes is a likely first-round pick and will probably be the first cornerback selected when the draft begins April 30 in Chicago. But he humbly noted that several of his teammates deserve looks from NFL teams, too.
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Football freep.com —  Darqueze Dennard had no problem saying what he thought of the performance turned in Wednesday by his friend and former teammate, Trae Waynes, at Michigan State's pro day. "I think he just sealed the deal," said Dennard, who is coming off his rookie season as a cornerback with the Cincinnati Bengals. "I think he just showed all the scouts and coaches who came here to witness the pro day that he's the best cornerback, the best defensive back, coming into the draft."
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Football mlive.com —  It was to an extent a must-see Michigan State Pro Day, with all 32 teams represented among the 53 NFL personnel on hand at the Duffy Daugherty Football Building.
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Football videos.mlive.com —  Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio welcomed 53 NFL personnel representing all 32 NFL teams -- including three head coaches -- to the Spartans' Pro Day on Wednesday at the Duffy Daugherty Football Building.
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Football isportsweb.com —  Since Mark Dantonio‚Äôs arrival at Michigan State in 2007, the number of Spartans moving on to compete in the NFL has increased significantly. Michigan State currently has 22 former players either on active rosters, or on practice squads, with 20 of those former players having played at least one season under Dantonio.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State University running back Delton Williams was lodged at the Ingham County Jail on Tuesday afternoon, and he's been suspended from the football team. Williams, 21 of Erie, Pennsylvania, did not have any charges filed against him in district courts in East Lansing or Mason. The university's athletic department released a short statement from Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio related to Williams' status with the team at about 1 p.m. Tuesday.
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Football mlive.com —  Craig Evans was one of the most celebrated signees in Michigan State's recruiting class in 2014, even though most everyone knew he would be a bit of a project. Evans, a 6-foot-2 defensive tackle listed at 320 pounds, was ranked the No. 2 prospect in the state of Wisconsin coming out of Sun Prairie High School, and the Spartans managed to flip him from the home-state Badgers.
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Football chicagotribune.com —  Arthur Ray Jr. is a long shot to make it in the NFL. If he's lucky, he might get a training camp invite. He knows the odds are stacked against him. The 25-year-old offensive lineman from Division II Fort Lewis in Durango, Colo., was the oldest player at the Northwestern pro day Tuesday.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State has a few more conditioning sessions before spring football starts March 24 and names start to emerge of players opening some eyes.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State football enters the 2015 season as one of confirmation, returning 24 seniors and carrying realistic Big Ten and national championship hopes. But when those 24 seniors leave -- and perhaps even an ultra-talented underclassman or two will depart early for the NFL -- the Spartans will find themselves in one of the biggest transitions of the Mark Dantonio coaching era.
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