Search results for recruiting, 2013

Football freep.com —  Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio extended scholarship offers to two new prospects this week: athlete Chris Evans of Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis and defensive back Kenny Lyke of Fremd High School in Palentine, Ill.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State may have jumped in at the right time with safety Kenney Lyke. A 6-foot-2, 180-pound junior from Palatine (Ill.) Fremd, Lyke had a strong season, but still fielded only a handful of offers until recently, when Pittsburgh and the Spartans jumped in with offers.
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Women's Soccer impact89fm.org —  It’s not the biggest signing class, but MSU women’s soccer has signed five players that will compete in the green and white for the next four years. Of the five players that signed with the Spartans in 2015, three are from the state of Michigan, while two come from the Lone Star state.
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Football mlive.com —  There's another Allen brother headed to Michigan State, and he's just like his ornery older brothers with a couple of exceptions. Matt Allen, a 2016 class member who made his verbal commitment on Wednesday, is a high school star wrestler and offensive linemen, just like his big brothers, All-American center Jack Allen and Freshman All-American offensive guard Brian Allen. Discuss »
Football freep.com —  One of the top players on Michigan State's board for 2016 is Green Bay (Wis.) Bay Port offense lineman Cole Van Lanen. The 6-foot-5, 270-pound prospect currently holds offers from MSU, Wisconsin and Iowa among others. He is the No. 2 prospect in Wisconsin and the #36 offensive tackle prospect in the nation for the class of 2016.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  Michigan State picked up its second commitment in the class of 2016 from Hinsdale (Ill.) Central offensive lineman Matt Allen at 3:47 pm Wednesday afternoon: "I just committed to Michigan State,"Allen said. "It feels amazing to have this opportunity to play with my brothers." The 6-foot-3, 262-pound Allen's older brothers Jake & Brian currently play at Michigan State. Allen is ranked the No. 6 overall center in the class of 2016 by 247Sports.
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Football isportsweb.com —  Michigan State was able to get an early jump on their 2016 recruiting class by filling out their 2015 class early. Now, that is starting to pay dividends for the Spartans on the trail for the 2016 class. Four star 2016 Defensive End Auston Robertson, from Fort Wayne, Indiana, named Michigan State his leader. His top three in order are Michigan State, Ohio State, and Notre Dame.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State has continued to build in-roads at Detroit Cass Tech in recent years, landing commitments from players like Dennis Finley and Deon Drake in the process. The Spartans are pursuing several Technicians again, recently offering junior safety Demetric Vance and sophomore wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones.
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Football freep.com —  Last week, Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio made the call on offering a player the staff is very familiar with, Hinsdale (Ill.) Central offensive lineman Matt Allen, the younger brother of current Spartan players Jack and Brian Allen. Like his older siblings, Matt is not only a fine football player, but a standout wrestler as well.
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Men's Basketball michiganstate.247sports.com —  Coming off a big win at Michigan Tuesday, Spartan assistant coach Dane Fife traveled to Alabama Wednesday night to watch five-star combo guard Josh Langford. The 6-foot-6, 200-pound prospect out of Madison (Ala.) Academy is ranked a five-star guard and the No. 16 prospect in the 2016 class overall.
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Football freep.com —  It looks to be a strong year for offensive line talent in the states of Michigan and Ohio, and that should bode well for Michigan State. The Spartans will be looking to sign at least three quality linemen in the class of 2016, and Gavin Cupp of Leipsic High School in Ohio is one player they are actively recruiting.
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Men's Soccer impact89fm.org —  National Signing Day has passed and high school seniors have signed their national letters of intent. Topdrawersoccer.com has four Big Ten teams in their Top 20 2015 recruiting classes — Maryland at No. 3, Michigan State at No. 8, Ohio State at No. 17 and Michigan at No. 20.
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Football isportsweb.com —  Michigan State Football is known for their great defensive backs. Is it possible Zechariah McPhearson could be the next piece in their secondary? The Spartans would like him to be, as they offered McPhearson last week.
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Football mlive.com —  Several prospects being recruiting by Michigan State will take part in the "Best Of The Midwest" high school football combine on Monday, including quarterback Messiah deWeaver from the 2016 class.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State has regularly used basketball games as opportunities to get recruits on campus, particularly young recruits. Last Saturday's game resulted in several new offers. Lake Forest (Ill.) Academy defensive and Daniel Joseph was offered. Joseph, a 6-foot-3, 240-pound prospect, was recently offered by Duke and Illinois, as well, after previously holding several MAC offers.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State has been able to sign some outstanding players from the state of Illinois the past few years. And the Spartans' staff is looking to continue that trend in the class of 2016. This past weekend, MSU offered one of the top prospects in the Land of Lincoln. Defensive end Daniel Joseph of Lake Forest Academy visited campus and, while in East Lansing, he received a scholarship offer from MSU coach Mark Dantonio.
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Ice Hockey theonlycolors.com —  It's that time of year in the hockey calendar where teams are either making their push for the playoffs or gearing up for a run at a state and national title. The Michigan State Spartans' hockey program currently has 13 players committed and set to arrive in East Lansing over the next three seasons. So let's take a look at what is on the horizon for the Spartans and how these players are doing as of this past weekend.
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Football mlive.com —  Messiah deWeaver said he's Michigan State's No. 1 quarterback target in the 2016 class, according to a Scout.com report out of his home state of Ohio. The 6-foot-3, 202-pound deWeaver is from Wayne High School in Dayton, Ohio, and he's the No. 14-ranked pro-style quarterback in his class according to the 247Sports composite rankings.
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Football freep.com —  The 2015 class is arguably the best Dantonio has recruited, based on rankings. How that translates to on-field production is going to be interesting, as this class matures and assumes starting roles on the field. Can these players replace the production by the 2010 class, which featured multiple All-Americans and All-Big Ten players?
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Football mlive.com —  The ink is just now drying on the national letters if intent signed on Wednesday for the 2015 class, and already, Michigan State is getting a jump on the next group of high school seniors. At least seven players who have scholarship offers were spotted in the student-visitor section at the Spartans' basketball game against Illinois on Saturday.
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