7 months ago

Jim Bollman, Michigan State’s co-offensive coordinator and tight ends coach, saw the “dropoff” in catches from his tight ends and knows MSU needs more from them this fall. MSU went into last fall with Matt Sokol, a converted high school quarterback, seeing his first significant action as a starter. Matt Dotson, a highly regarded true freshman who was adjusting to the speed and power needed in college, and redshirt freshman Noah Davis also saw snaps and sporadic passes. Between them, they found the end zon

Source: Detroit Free Press