Search results for recruiting, 2013

Football vocativ.com —  During the Dantonio era, Michigan State has never seen a consensus top 20 recruiting class. Dantonio relies heavily on three-star talent, having signed just one five-star player since 2011. Their signing class is typically comprised of no more than four four-star athletes ranked far outside of the overall top 50.
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Football freep.com —  One of the top Midwest running backs in the recruiting class of 2017 is Jarell White of Cincinnati LaSalle. Matt Dorsey caught up with the 5-foot-10, 200-pound prospect and got the details on his recruitment. Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio likes running backs who can gain yards after contact. In the class of 2017, there might not be anyone better at that than White. He has been nicknamed "The Young Bull" for his style of play.
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Football spartanavenue.com —  After basically dropping out of the discussion to land the five-star linebacker Daelin Hayes from Ann Arbor Skyline (Mich.), Michigan State is back on the radar for the state’s top recruit.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State will receive an official visit from one of the nation's top offensive tackles, Lawrenceville (Ga.) Archer senior E.J. Price, who will be in East Lansing for the Sept. 12 primetime showdown with Oregon, along with teammate and highly-recruited junior cornerback Jamyest Williams. Price (6-6, 311 pounds), a four-star prospect and the No. 6 OT in the nation, is originally from Grand Rapids and still has family in Michigan. Discuss »
Football freep.com —  Michigan State will be hosting a large contingent of recruits for the Oregon game, including some of the top prospects in the nation. Here's just a small list of the players that will be in East Lansing that weekend:
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Football freep.com —  One of the in-state players Michigan State is keeping a close eye on is Allen Stritzinger of Warren De La Salle. Matt Dorsey caught up with the 6-foot-1, 185-pound prospect last week and got the latest details on his recruitment.​ Last year, De La Salle won the Division 2 state championship, defeating Muskegon Mona Shores, 44-8. A key reason was the play of Stritzinger, who finished the season having rushed for 1,356 yards and 20 touchdowns and adding 10 pass breakups on defense.
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Baseball lansingstatejournal.com —  Playing college baseball and beyond has always been a top priority for Adam Proctor. The St. Johns catcher has taken a big step toward those dreams. Proctor became a big addition for the Michigan State baseball program when he contacted coach Jake Boss and gave a verbal commitment to the Spartans’ 2017 class during a phone conversation Saturday morning.
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Football spartanavenue.com —  The No. 84 overall player and seventh-best weak-side defensive end in the 2016 class, according to 247Sports, is expected to have a huge season for Wayne High School in Fort Wayne, Ind., in 2015. The senior end got off to a blazing-hot start in his team’s season-opener on Friday night, recording a couple of highlight plays in a losing effort, 49-0, to Fort Wayne Snider.
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Men's Basketball spartanavenue.com —  One of the top players in the country, in fact rated the No. 1 recruit for 2016 by 247Sports, Josh Jackson has a semi-narrowed list and Michigan State happens to be one of the schools mentioned.
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Women's Basketball twincities.com —  Five-star Hopkins senior standout Nia Hollie announced Thursday she will play basketball for Michigan State over the Gophers. Hollie, a 6-foot-1 forward and ranked the 48th-best player in the 2016 class by ESPN.com, made her announcement on the KSTP Channel 5 sports newscast. She picked the Spartans because she said their style of play fit her best, but getting away from home also played a role.
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Football freep.com —  One of the top quarterback prospects in the nation for the class of 2017 is Chandler (Ariz.) Basha's Ryan Kelley. The last few years Michigan State has been very active recruiting the state of Arizona and it has paid off. In 2015, the Spartans landed two outstanding prospects from the Copper State in quarterback Brian Lewerke of Phoenix and defensive end Cassius Peat of Tempe. A few weeks ago, MSU extended a scholarship offer to the 6-foot-2, 173-pound Kelley.
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Men's Basketball thecoverfour.com —  Michigan has been home-base, a trend that I bet would show up even further if we went all the way back to 1995. With two MI players still at the top of the board in 2016, as it stands now, Izzo has brought in 23 kids from Michigan and 26 kids from all other states combined over the last 15 years.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Michigan State is going in for another big man from Fort Wayne, Ind., and hoping this one turns out better than the last. Four-star forward Malik Williams earned an offer from the Spartans this week, according to his Twitter page. The offer came as his AAU program reported that Williams was on a visit to East Lansing.
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Ice Hockey impact89fm.org —  The 2016 Spartan hockey class continues to grow, as Michigan State picked up another forward commitment for the 2016-17 season. Tommy Apap (6-foot-2, 178 lbs) of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, committed to coach Tom Anastos and the Spartans last Tuesday.
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Football freep.com —  Over the years, Orchard Lake St. Mary's has produced a plethora of Division I talent, but the class of 2017 could be the best it has ever had. The Eaglets are loaded with talented players that are being recruited by major programs, and one of them is defensive back Richard Bowens III.
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Football spartanavenue.com —  With the 2016 class wrapping up in the near future, there are still a handful of spots that need to be had in order for Mark Dantonio to completely shift his attention to the 2017 recruiting class. One of few remaining guys to keep an eye on for 2016 is four-star athlete George Hill.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State does not have many spots left or recruits on the board in the 2016 class. Such is the current climate of college football recruiting that many schools have had the page turned to 2017 for much of the summer. That is the case in East Lansing and this season will be spent closing out seniors, but more on wooing juniors.
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Football spartanavenue.com —  Revealing a new recruiting program that will gauge the interest of the top 300 players in all classes, in Michigan State‘s eyes, has been nothing but successful for the program. The ‘Spartan 300′ took place this past weekend and it was a resounding success.
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Men's Basketball impact89fm.org —  The summer is torture for basketball fans longing for some meaningful game action. Recruiting helps stave off the withdrawals, but only for so long. To satisfy you desperate basketball fans hiding in your basement watching the Duke game over and over again, we give you an update on the tumultuous recruiting season MSU had this summer.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  As Josh Jackson inches closer to a college decision, Michigan State appears to still be in the mix for the services of one of the top players in the country. Jackson, ranked the No. 1 recruit in 2016 by the 247sports composite, has visited Michigan State and counts the Spartans among the top five schools working hardest for his services, according to a Friday report from Sny.tv.
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