Search results for recruiting, 2013

Football freep.com —  One of the top players in the Midwest for the class of 2017 is Cincinnati Colerain cornerback Amir Riep. The 6-foot, 180-pounder is four-star prospect and the No. 236 player in the nation for the class of 2017 by Rivals.com. When you consider he holds over 30 scholarship offers from the likes of Michigan State, Ohio State, Alabama, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Georgia, that rankings could be a bit low.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State’s offer to Fairfield (Ohio) cornerback Josiah Scott came this week, but it has been in the works for some time. The 5-foot-9, 160-pound senior-to-be says the staff has been in contact with him every week since their recruitment of him began. Each time they spoke, the Spartans let him know where they were at and where he stood. Then this week’s conversation took place and he received the good news.
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Football freep.com —  Recruiting never stops and the Michigan State staff is already looking at players for the class of 2018, while trying to put the finishing touches on the class of 2017. The Spartans have already offered multiple players from Michigan and Ohio for the following year. Here are a few of the players the staff is already focused on.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Detroit Cass Tech offensive lineman Jordan Reid had offers from Michigan, Tennessee, Florida, Arizona State, Pittsburgh, Nebraska, West Virginia and more, but according to him, his decision to commit to Michigan State, which he announced last Saturday while in Oregon for The Opening Finals, was not a difficult one.
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Football freep.com —  With the recent commitments of four-star tight end Matt Dotson of Cincinnati Moeller and three-star offensive lineman Jordan Reid of Detroit Cass Tech, Michigan State addressed two high-priority needs for the recruiting class of 2017. But one position that the staff is still looking to address is cornerback. For 2017, the staff is focused on a pair of blue-chip Midwest prospects whom they believe can make an early impact.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State added two commits this past week who attended The Opening in Oregon: Matt Dotson and Jordan Reid. Both were high on the Spartan coaching staff's radar. However, they weren't the only players the Spartan coaching staff wants to add to the 2017 class.
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Football theonlycolors.com —  Another huge pledge for Michigan State from a recruit at The Opening. The Michigan State Spartans' red-hot recruiting streak continued Saturday with another big get in the trenches. It came when four-star offensive guard Jordan Reid announced his commitment to MSU on Twitter
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State is quietly assembling another outstanding class under Mark Dantonio. The Spartans are looking to continue to stay hot on the recruiting trail and a pair of in-state prospects are at the top of the board.
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Ice Hockey wane.com —  Matt Miller will be taking his talents to East Lansing. The 16 year old Leo native has verbally committed to play hockey at Michigan State. Miller confirmed the news on Thursday. The 6-2, 180 pound center has most recently played for Victory Honda in Michigan. This season his team won a league and state title. Miller attends Leo High School. Last year Miller was drafted by Dubuque in the USHL draft. Miller is still deciding whether he wants to play a year in the USHL before going to college.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State is 1-for-1 so far in announcements at The Opening. Matt Dotson, a four-star tight end from Ohio, announced his verbal commitment to the Spartans on Thursday.


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Men's Basketball michiganstate.247sports.com —  The summer observation period for college basketball coaches began Wednesday and will run for the next three weeks. Helping to kick off this busy time in the recruiting cycle was the Peach Jam in North Augusta, S.C., and Michigan State basketball head coach Tom Izzo was among those in attendance Wednesday.
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Football mlive.com —  If the college football recruiting has its own season, then The Opening is the championship game. The annual football camp, held at Nike headquarters in Oregon, has kicked off this week with 166 of the top football prospects from around the country in attendance.
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Football freep.com —  The Opening Camp is this week in Beaverton, Ore. Several Michigan State recruiting targets are there and a few of them will be making their college choice soon. One of the players making his college decision is Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller tight end Matt Dotson, whom the MSU staff would love to nab.
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Football freep.com —  Year after year, the so-called expert recruiting services give Michigan State football mediocre chances of landing big name recruits. Year after year these same services rank the MSU classes average at best – solidly behind other Big Ten schools. Yet since 2010, Mark Dantonio’s Spartans have defied expert logic and have produced five seasons of at least 11 wins while finishing with a ranking in the top six each of the past three years. MSU has proven they belong in the national championship discussion. Recruits like to play for winning programs and Mark Dantonio has a winning program. So why do recruiting services suggest otherwise?
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Football highschoolsports.mlive.com —  Cody White could not be more excited about the prospect of being a Michigan State Spartan football player in the fall of 2017. After all, he as been wanting to be a Spartan since he was six years old. Having attended Michigan State football games with his grandparents as a child, White realized one of his dreams when he committed to playing on the gridiron with the Spartans back in March. "It's always been a place I've wanted to go," White said of Michigan State. "That's why I picked it."
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Football freep.com —  Two of the top recruits left on Michigan State's board for the class of 2017 are expected to make their college choices in the next week. The Spartans are on their short lists of schools being considered.
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Football detroitnews.com —  In October 2014, Orlando Bishop Moore Catholic and Oviedo Hagerty played a close, hard-fought game, with Bishop Moore winning 23-20. During that game, Bishop Moore head coach Matt Hedrick had his eyes caught by No. 35 on Hagerty. Little did he know that in just under two years, he would have a chance to coach that player, Donovan Winter, who transferred to Bishop Moore this offseason.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  Mustafa Khaleefah is headed into his senior season at Dearborn High this fall, but that is hardly where his journey begins. Khaleefah recently committed to Michigan State on June 23, is an Iraqi native. He spoke with Spartan Tailgate about the adversity he faced as a child growing up in a war zone, being an Iraq war refugee, his journey to the United States and following his dream to become a Spartan.
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Football mlive.com —  Dominique Long came to East Lansing from the heart of Ohio State country, and by the time he was ready to go home, he knew he wanted to play college football for a rival of his childhood team.
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Football scout.com —  All new Spartan Digest podcast taking a look at The Opening as three Michigan State targets are set to announce their college decisions. We also look at a few other prospects and the recent excitement following the Spartans camps with new members of the 2017 class and more.



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