Search results for recruiting, 2013

Football mlive.com —  Larry Scott, the four-star Ohio running back committed to the Spartans, carried 26 times for 287 yards and four touchdowns Friday. For the season, Scott now has 1,027 yards, including two games of more than 250 yards. He also has 15 touchdowns and three four-touchdown games. Khari Willis of Jackson Lumen Christi also topped the 1,000-yard rushing mark on the season Friday.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  With its 2015 recruiting class nearly complete, Michigan State could be on its way to returning to the ranks of the top 10 in team rankings. The Spartans' class, which on Thursday added four-star Texas shooting guard Matt McQuaid, is now ranked No. 8 in the country according to the 247sports composite, which combines the rankings of the four major recruiting services.
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Football freep.com —  One of the players holding a scholarship offer from Michigan State for the class of 2016 is quarterback Seth Green of East Ridge High School in Woodbury, Minn. The 6-foot-2, 203-pound prospect will make his decision next month, and Michigan State is a finalist.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  After a Michigan State recruiting Class of 2014 that included three players known mostly for attributes other than perimeter scoring, the Spartans are in line to have a floor full of shooters in 2015-16. The most recent of Michigan State's three 2015 commitments is Texas shooting guard Matt McQuaid, who some are calling one of the best shooting prospects in the country.
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Football 247sports.com —  With winning at least a share of the Big Ten championship three of the past four years, including a Rose Bowl victory to end a fantastic 2013 season where the Spartans were no doubt one of the top teams in the country, the culture of the football program in East Lansing is easy to figure out. But definitely tough to duplicate.
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Football freep.com —  "We've gotten the right guys here," said Dantonio, whose No. 9 Spartans (2-1) host Wyoming (3-1) on Saturday. "And I think our record speaks to that. If you want to equate that to our recruiting rankings … what does that say about recruiting rankings? What's so frustrating is every season, somebody down the road says (a different) recruiting group is a great group. … It's like a season of its own, and you're evaluated on that. It's frustrating because the genie's out of the bottle, basically. Recruiting has become so accelerated, so saturated, so social-media driven. So, just, Hollywood. It's become so Hollywood."
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Men's Basketball bleacherreport.com —  If even momentarily, Matt McQuaid’s commitment to Michigan State’s 2015 class should quiet those doubting coach Tom Izzo’s finesse on the recruiting trail. While his recent hunts haven’t always been successful, Izzo has found ways to bounce back from missing out on past must-gets by adding McQuaid, a 4-star shooting guard, to a sneaky-good class of Deyonta Davis, a 5-star center, and Kyle Ahrens, an underrated 3-star winger.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Michigan State has received a verbal commitment from 6-foot-5 shooting guard Matt McQuaid of Duncanville, Texas, a guy who previously committed to Larry Brown and SMU, then decommitted and boiled things down to MSU and Creighton. For the rankings watchers, he's a four-star recruit, ranked No. 71 in the class of 2015 by rivals.com, No. 72 by scout.com and No. 67 by 247sports.com -- which now ranks MSU's 2015 class in the top 10 nationally.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  Texas shooter Matt McQuaid made a verbal commitment to Michigan State today, and another piece of the 2015 basketball recruiting picture has fallen into place for the Spartans.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Michigan State has added another sharpshooter for next season to what figures to be a deep backcourt. Matt McQuaid, a 2015 shooting guard from Duncanville, Texas, has committed to Michigan State, according to Scout.com. “I chose Michigan State because I made a good relationship with coach Izzo,” McQuiad told Scout.com.
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Football freep.com —  One of the players Michigan State is interested in for the class of 2016 is Missouri City (Texas) Fort Bend Marshall's Jeremy Smith. The 6-foot-3, 185-pounder is the No. 34 athlete prospect in the nation for 2016. He was one of the first players in the Lone Star State that MSU decided to offer a scholarship for that year.
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Football mlive.com —  Two of Michigan State's prime Class of 2016 football recruiting targets are expected to make unofficial visits during the Eastern Michigan game Saturday.
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Football freep.com —  Over the past few weeks, Michigan State has offered several top prospects for the class of 2016. Here is a look at two the MSU staff views as blue-chip level recruits for next year.
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Football freep.com —  One of the top players still on the 2015 recruiting board for coach Mark Dantonio and the Spartan staff is LB/DE Cassius Peat of Corona Del Sol High School in Tempe, Arizona. The Michigan State coaches are looking forward to having a chance to host him on an official visit.
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Football mlive.com —  Brian Lewerke’s best performance of the season so far came in a losing effort. But it was a riveting one. With his team down 34-7 in the third quarter, the Pinnacle (Ariz.) High School senior and Michigan State commit led his team all the way back with three touchdown passes in the second half. One of those came from 50 yards away.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  A pair of highly rated Michigan State basketball targets will reportedly be taking official visits to East Lansing this weekend as the Spartans’ Class of 2015 continues to take shape.
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Men's Basketball bleacherreport.com —  Extending offers is the easy part for Michigan State coach Tom Izzo. But getting prospects to sign—the ones he really wants—has been a challenge. In recent years, the veteran Spartans coach has slipped a bit on the recruiting trails, failing to snag big-time talents—such as Cliff Alexander and Jabari Parker—who were thought to be locks for East Lansing.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio said not too many of the recruits he went to visit earlier this week asked him about the Spartans’ national top-10 showdown with Oregon played last Saturday. But that doesn’t mean they weren’t watching the game, and it’s not necessarily an indicator that State has lost its recruiting momentum, even though it has been more than a month since the Spartans received their most recent verbal pledge.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State football’s coaching staff has been on the road visiting top recruits across the nation. Some prospects have received offers, while others have set up visits to MSU
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State's coaches used their bye week to get out on the road and recruit. Under NCAA rules, FBS programs have 42 evaluation days during this period (September, October and November) and the off-week was the perfect opportunity to get out and see top targets.
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