Football mlive.com —  Brian Lewerke looks to lead his fellow classmates from the 2015 signing class onto to the field today, as Michigan State's incoming freshmen begin the second phase of voluntary summer workouts. Lewerke got his first dose of Spartan Football between June 8 and June 24, when he showed up and went through voluntary workouts to better get to know the campus and his older teammates.
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Men's Basketball isportsweb.com —  These next couple of weeks will impact the immediate NBA futures of borderline NBA-talent, recent late draft picks, and undrafted rookie free agents. The NBA Summer League kicked off during the course of the holiday weekend. There are three different leagues that will take place over the remaining 23 days, with the Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League beginning the action on July 4th.
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Football theonlycolors.com —  This year reminds me a little bit of 2009, when A.J. Jimmerson, Caulton Ray, Glenn Winston, Ashton Leggett, Edwin Baker, Larry Caper, and Andre Anderson were all competing for time following the departure of Javon Ringer. That was a strange group, and so is the one competing for time now. There's the talented freshman (Scott), the talented guy with legal trouble (Williams) and then a mixture of somewhat similar guys who haven't distinguished themselves yet (Holmes, London, Harrell, Owens).
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Football mlive.com —  The first time Larry "LJ" Scott touched the football in a high school game, Hubbard faced a second-and-8 at its own 18-yard line against Poland Seminary High School. "We ran a toss right,'' said Ron Fox, the offensive coordinator at Hubbard. "LJ made four kids miss, cut back to his left, and made another four kids miss and ran it 82 yards for a touchdown. And Poland is not a slouch team.''
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