Search results for recruiting, 2013

Football detroitnews.com —  While they did not happen in East Lansing on Saturday, Michigan State’s spring game has now produced two commitments as the Spartans added Piqua (Ohio) linebacker Darien Tipps-Clemons and Copley (Ohio) running back Weston Bridges to their 2017 class after both players were offered while visiting last weekend.
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Football theonlycolors.com —  MSU received another three star recruit commitment via social media today as running back Weston Bridges from Akron, OH dropped the most intense commitment video of the 2017 draft class.
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Football mlive.com —  Darien Clemons, a 2017 prospect who plays running back and linebacker in Piqua, Ohio, announced his commitment to Michigan State on Twitter on Tuesday night.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  Tom Izzo and his staff could be looking at another big recruiting haul next year if guys like Malik Williams and Brian Bowen become Spartans. The Michigan State Spartans just wrapped up a massive haul for their 2016 recruiting class, and Tom Izzo is poised for another in 2017.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State had a big showing at their spring game on Saturday, drawing 51,000 fans and many recruits. While there haven't been any official commits yet, there likely will be some within the next week or so. The Spartans already have seven commitments for the 2017 class: Cody White, Jack Camper, Kevin Jarvis, Hunter Rison, Matt Carrick and Rocky Lombardi.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  With the college basketball season over and AAU season getting underway, it’s officially the offseason recruiting period when college coaches are constantly on the road looking for their future players. The MSU has been very active early with a number of visits already along with a scheduled visit from a grad transfer. Before taking a look at who might be wearing a Spartan uniform in the future, it’d probably be helpful to take a look at the current roster makeup.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Michigan State is far from alone in its pursuit of 2016 big man Cheickna Dembele. Spartans assistant coach Mike Garland stopped by Pennsylvania earlier this week to meet Dembele, a forward who could help Michigan State fill out the frontcourt hole on its 2016-17 roster.
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Football freep.com —  While the current Spartans will be battling it out on the field on Saturday, here are several prospects who will be in attendance for the intrasquad scrimmage in East Lansing that have already been offered by Michigan State:
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State’s spring game Saturday is setting up to be a major recruiting event in East Lansing. The Spartans are using this political time of year to give top recruits a unique opportunity; they are calling it the “Presidential Primary.” A select group of recruits will head to the home of Michigan State president Lou Anna Simon for a meal and a chance to experience more than just the football program or athletic programs.
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Football mlive.com —  Matt Carrick knows he could have waited and accumulated more scholarship offers had he elected to shop his 6-foot-5, 320-pound frame around at various summer camps. But the Perry High School offensive guard from Massillon said he has figured out what he wants, so there was no use wasting anyone's time.


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Football freep.com —  This weekend, many of the top football recruits in the Midwest will be in East Lansing to watch the Michigan State Green and White game. The Spartans are actively involved with some of the best prospects in the nation, welcoming them on campus this week. Here is a look at some of the players that will be in attendance.
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Football isportsweb.com —  The week of the spring game is when commits seem to roll in for Michigan State. It looks as if that will be no different this year. Offensive guard Matt Carrick from Massilon, Ohio committed to the Spartans on Wednesday. Michigan State now has six commits for the 2017 class. Carrick is the second offensive lineman, joining Kevin Jarvis.
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Football mlive.com —  This week will probably be the biggest week of the spring for us, having recruits on campus all throughout the week," said Curtis Blackwell, the Spartans director of college advancement and performance. "After the spring game, we'll have a big event that we're hosting with President (Lou Anna) Simon," Blackwell said. "At the President's house on campus, there will be a cookout."
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  As Michigan State looks for help in its depleted frontcourt, it's taking a look at a prospect who had drawn plenty of interest in a short amount of time. Michigan State took a visit to see class of 2016 forward prospect Cheickna Dembele on Monday. Dembele's coach, Jareem Dowling, tweeted a picture of Spartans assistant Mike Garland at the school.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  The first name has emerged in Michigan State's search for a potential transfer. UNLV forward Ben Carter told ESPN on Monday that Michigan State is one of five schools he is considering transferring to this offseason. He plans to visit Michigan State along with Arizona, Arizona State, North Carolina State and Miami before making a decision.
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Football freep.com —  Last weekend, hundreds of top football prospects from around the Midwest visited to Columbus, Ohio, for the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour. Several players that Michigan State is actively recruiting had strong performances.
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Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  Michigan State hockey head coach Tom Anastos announced the signing of five student-athletes to National Letters of Intent on Thursday, April 14. Patrick Khodorenko (F/USNTDP U-18), Logan Lambdin (F/Bloomington Thunder), Damian Chrcek (D/Salmon Arm Silverbacks), Anthony Scarsella (D/Springfield Junior Blues) and Spencer Wright (G/New Jersey Titans) will join the five other players that previously signed NLIs in November.
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Football detroitnews.com —  On the heels of putting Michigan State in his top five, Detroit Cass Tech junior offensive lineman Jordan Reid will return to East Lansing for the Spartans’ April 23 spring game. An All-Metro Detroit selection last fall by The Detroit News, Reid (6-5, 270 pounds) also has Florida, Michigan, Tennessee and Pittsburgh in his top five.
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Football freep.com —  One of the top football players in the Cincinnati area for the class of 2017 is LaSalle's Jarell White. The Rivals.com four-star prospect has a long list of suitors and Michigan State is one of the schools in regular contact. White, a Rivals250 recruit, has scholarship offers from BCS teams such as Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Purdue, Iowa State and Cincinnati. Big Ten heavyweights like MSU, Ohio State and Wisconsin are closely evaluating him.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Josh Jackson’s decision to go somewhere other than Michigan State might have been devastating not so long ago. Now it’s a pin prick — disappointing to MSU because Jackson is a ridiculous talent and Spartans were again bridesmaids in the hunt for the nation’s top basketball prospect and Jackson is a home-state kid, even if he’s enrolled in a California prep school.
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