7 months ago

It was the summer of 2017 and Connor Heyward hadn’t even practiced for the first time in college. After signing with Michigan State, the former three-star recruit was in East Lansing for a freshman mini-camp and outlined his plan for cracking the lineup with versatility and a willingness to play special teams “You can’t be selfish and try to play one position,” Heyward said at the time. “You’ve got to be open to anything.”

Source: MLive.com