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Old 09-16-2010, 01:33 PM   #209
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NCAA Football Recruiting Ranks - Class of 2011
RKTEAM5 4 3 2 1 TOTAL
1.Auburn21252021
2.USC4850219
3.#8 Texas21231018
4.#13 Oregon01365125
5.#1 Alabama3850117
6.#12 Georgia01281223
7.Oklahoma4480319
8.Ohio State4630518
9.#11 Notre Dame01190020
10.#22 Penn State1891019
11.Arizona State06145025
12.Michigan25100017
13.#2 Boise State1871219
14.Texas Tech05163024
15.TCU1694121
16.Florida State1782119
17.UCLA07122021
18.LSU07122021
19.#5 Miami0965020
20.Tennessee04180022
21.#4 Stanford0796022
22.#7 Iowa04146125
23.#9 Texas A&M06114021
24.#21 Ole Miss03156024
25.Utah02175125


Michigan State Recruiting Class Rank: 42
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Not bad, good luck next season hopefully you can get 10 wins.
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Old 09-16-2010, 09:06 PM   #211
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Not bad, good luck next season hopefully you can get 10 wins.
And win the Rose Bowl.

Things are looking up for use, MSU is now a 5 star school.
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Old 09-16-2010, 09:27 PM   #212
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Michigan State Spartans 2012 Preview.

Spartans Offense
Returning Starters - 4

Quarterbacks
1. Joe Boisture 6'6'' 204lbs (RS)Sophomore
2. Vince Mack 6'3'' 218lbs Sophomore
3. Vince Collier 6'0'' 194lbs Freshman
Clint Williamson 6'3'' 215lbs (RS)Sophomore

Grade - C+
With the graduation of Cousins, Boisture takes over the offense. Boisture is the most accurate Quarterback Coach Young has ever seen, but he just doesn't have enough arm strength to be a top NFL prospect.

Halfbacks
1. Larry Caper 5'11'' 223lbs Senior
2. Edwin Baker 5'9'' 201lbs (RS)Junior
3. David Spears 5'10'' 203lbs (RS)Senior
4. Andre Buford 5'8'' 185lbs (RS)Senior
Nick Hill 5'7'' 185lbs (RS)Sophomore
James Nash 6'1'' 213lbs (RS)Freshman
Noah Walker 5'11'' 197lbs Sophomore

Grade - B-
Caper returns for his Senior year to spearhead the Spartans offensive attack and with a young starting Quarterback, it looks like Caper will put up some serious numbers this year.

Fullbacks
1. Tony Evans 6'2'' 257lbs Freshman
2. Alex Williams 6'3'' 238lbs (RS)Freshman

Grade - D-
The Spartan coaching staff was very excited to get this 3 star fullback onto campus, but it looks like he will need a couple years before he becomes a dominate run blocker.

Wide Receivers
1. Lance Mansfield 6'0'' 173lbs Freshman
2. Keith Mumphery 5'11'' 202lbs (RS)Sophomore
3. Donald Spencer 6'2'' 210lbs (RS)Junior
4. Jeremy Lanford 6'0'' 186lbs (RS)Sophomore
5. Thomas Anderson 6'4'' 175lbs Freshman
6. Noah Cason 6'2'' 175lbs (RS)Freshman
Kelvin Johnson 6'2'' 183lbs Freshman
Ernest McBride 6'3'' 187lbs Freshman

Grade - C-
Cunningham's departure left the Spartans lacking a solid pass catcher, but hopefully Coach Young will find one out of these young receivers. In the mean time, Young is try to recruit top receivers.

Tight Ends
1. Dion Sims 6'5'' 279lbs Senior
2. Cameron Taylor 6'7'' 220lbs Sophomore
3. Alex Williams
6'3'' 238lbs (RS)Freshman

Grade - C
Dion Sims is a solid pass catcher and a good blocker, but the Spartans have lacked a play maker here since Gantt left. This should be once of the Spartans coaching staff's biggest needs in recruiting.

Tackles
1LT. John Deyo 6'6'' 296lbs (RS)Senior
1RT. Zach Hueter 6'6'' 334lbs (RS)Senior

2LT. Skyler Schofner 6'7'' 289lbs (RS)Sophomore
2RT. Dave Hunt 6'4'' 319lbs Sophomore
3LT. Trey Williams 6'7'' 330lbs (RS)Freshman
Steve Lowe 6'7'' 315lbs Freshman

Grade - C+
Deyo has evolved into one of the best left tackles in the NCAA and that should help calm the young Quarterback down. Also, Hueter is a solid starter and a very good run blocker.

Guards
1LG. Ethan Ruhland 6'5'' 294lbs (RS)Senior
1RG. Chris McDonald 6'5'' 299lbs (RS)Senior
2LG. Micajah Reynolds 6'5'' 312lbs (RS)Junior
2RG. Travis Jackson 6'4'' 279lbs (RS)Sophomore
Ryan Ward 6'5'' 286lbs Freshman

Grade - C
Two first time starters are going to be run blocking for Caper, but there shouldn't be in cause for concern because Ruhland and McDonald looked every good in the preseason scrimmage.

Centers
1. Nate Klatt 6'4'' 296lbs (RS)Junior
2. Brock Miller 6'2'' 291lbs (RS)Freshman

Grade - C
Klatt is back this year and he has worked hard in the off-season to improve every facet of his game. Also, he has worked a lot with the young Quarterback to get the snap hand-offs correct.

Spartans Defense
returning starters -
7

Defensive Ends
1LE. William Gholston 6'7'' 253lbs (RS)Sophomore
1RE. Tyler Hoover 6'7'' 275lbs (RS)Senior
2LE. Tim Brown 6'6'' 207lbs Freshman
2RE. Marcus McCray 6'3'' 256lbs (RS)Freshman
3LE. Marcus Rush 6'3'' 232lbs (RS)Sophomore
3RE. Taylor Calero 6'3'' 238lbs Junior

Grade - C
Gholston is back after posting 9 sacks last season and will be a dominate force in this veteran Spartan defense. Jude left early for the Pro draft so that leaves Tyler Hoover to pick up the right side.

Defensive Tackles
1. Jerel Worthy 6'3'' 302lbs (RS)Senior
2. Blake Treadwell 6'3'' 281lbs (RS)Junior
3. Robert Mosley 6'6'' 316lbs Freshman
4. Anthony White 6'3'' 319lbs (RS)Sophomore
5. Christian Slaughter 6'1'' 268lbs Freshman

Grade - C+
Surprisingly, Worthy comes back for his Senior year and will lead what looks to be the best defensive line in the Big Ten. Also, true freshman, Robert Mosley may take over the number two Tackle spot.

Outside Linebackers
1LOLB. Steve Gardiner 6'1'' 226lbs (RS)Senior
1ROLB. Chris Norman 6'1'' 229lbs (RS)Junior

2LOLB. Jeremy Gainer 6'1'' 234lbs (RS)Junior
2ROLB. Jamie Austin 5'11'' 221lbs Freshman
3LOLB. Justin Wilson 6'0'' 222lbs (RS)Sophomore
Cedric Robinson 6'2'' 182lbs Freshman

Grade - C
Norman has worked hard over the off-season and is poised to have a big year tackling opposing ball carriers. Plus, Gardiner has grew into a solid Linebacker during the off-season and he will surprise some fans.

Middle Linebackers
1. Tyquan Hammock 6'0'' 254lbs (RS)Junior
2. Max Bullough 6'3'' 229lbs (RS)Sophomore
3. Clint Poole 6'3'' 214lbs (RS)Freshman

Grade - C+
Tyquan Hammock is developing into a very good 4-3 Linebacker and is making Greg Jones proud to have been his under study.

Corner Backs
1. Mitchell White 6'1'' 173lbs (RS)Senior
2. Chase Parker 5'9'' 178lbs (RS)Junior
3. Mylan Hicks 5'11'' 185lbs (RS)Sophomore
4. Justin Fry 6'1'' 175lbs (RS)Freshman
5. Kurtis Drummond 6'2'' 200lbs (RS)Sophomore
Brett McGill 6'1'' 180lbs (RS)Freshman
Chris Smith 5'11'' 172lbs Freshman

Grade - C
Besides Mitchell White, the Spartans are lacking at this position. Which must have the defensive staff worrying about playing against some very good Big Ten Quarterbacks, like Tate Forcier and Kevin Newsome.

Free Safeties
1. Isaiah Lewis 5'11'' 192lbs (RS)Sophomore
2. Willie Mangum 5'11'' 173lbs Sophomore

Grade - C
Isaiah Lewis is the fastest player on the team and will be a key component in stopping the pass, but he is not very aware of what is going on around him which may hurt the Spartans in the long run.

Strong Safeties
1. Jairus Jones 6'1'' 218lbs (RS)Junior
2. Shawn Davis 6'3'' 200lbs Sophomore
David Walton 6'3'' 213lbs Freshman

Grade - C-
Jones looked strong last season and looks as strong, if not stronger this season. Jairus Jones will be one of the Spartans best tacklers and he can also hit pretty hard, making receivers think twice before going over the middle.

Spartans Special Teams
returning starters - 2


Kickers
1. Dan Conroy 5'10'' 189lbs (RS)Senior
2. Jonathan Mason 6'1'' 177lbs Freshman

Grade - A
Conroy is the best kicker in the Big Ten, if not the country, and MSU will need every ounce of his talent to pull out close key games.

Punters
1. Dan Conroy 5'10'' 189lbs (RS)Senior
2. Jonathan Mason 6'1'' 177lbs Freshman


Grade - A
For the second year in a row Conroy takes over punting duties, and will be an important variable in the Spartans ball control offense.

Kick Returners
1. Keith Mumphery 5'11'' 202lbs (RS)Sophomore
2. Edwin Baker 5'9'' 201lbs (RS)Junior

Grade - C
Mumphery will bring is 4.3 speed to the return game and will hopefully take pressure off of the offense.

Punt Returners
1. Edwin Baker 5'9'' 201lbs (RS)Junior
2.
Keith Mumphery 5'11'' 202lbs (RS)Sophomore

Grade - C+
Edwin Baker is one of the unsung heroes of MSU, being behind Caper on the depth chart for a couple year, he will prove himself this year by giving Caper and company a short field.

Overall - C
With the departure of some key players on the Spartans offense, it looks like the Spartans can't repeat their Big Ten championship season. But, Caper was most improved during the off-season and will step up to the challenge and carry the offense on his back. If the opposing team does stop Caper the passing game has a very solid pass catcher in Dion Sims, plus Boisture is accurate enough to fit the ball in some tight holes. Then, on the defensive side of the ball MSU will return 7 starters, two of which are 1st team All-NCAA All Americans. So even thought MSU has lost some very good player, it doesn't look like they are going to slow down in their climb to the top of the Big Ten.

*denotes red shirted
*denotes returning starter

Michigan State Spartans Preseason All-Americans

William Gholston 6'7'' 253lbs (RS)Sophomore RE
--- All-NCAA 1st Team, All-Big Ten 1st Team

Jerel Worthy 6'3'' 302lbs (RS)Senior
--- All-NCAA 1st Team, All-Big Ten 1st Team

Mitchell White 6'1'' 173lbs (RS)Senior
--- All-NCAA 2nd Team, All-Big Ten 1st Team

Larry Caper 5'11'' 223lbs Senior
--- All-Big Ten 1st Team

Tyquan Hammock 6'0'' 254lbs (RS)Junior
--- All-Big Ten 1st Team

Chase Parker 5'9'' 178lbs (RS)Junior
--- All-Big Ten 1st Team

Jairus Jones 6'1'' 218lbs (RS)Junior
--- All-Big Ten 1st Team

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Michigan State Spartans 2012 Schedule

vs Northern Illinois W41-7
at Cal W 21-0
at #9 Notre Dame L 20-26
BYE
vs Ohio State 31-7
vs #12 Clemson W 24-14
at Purdue W 41-6
at Michigan L 14-18
vs Minnesota W 37-9
vs Illinois W 33-14
at Indiana W34-17
vs #2 Wisconsin W 33 - 14
at #8 Penn State W 27-21

BYE
BYE
Capitol One Bowl vs #16 Georgia W37-34 OT

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2012 NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll
RANKTEAMLAST WKRECORDPOINTS
1.Alabama(32)-------1496
2.Wisconsin(22)-------1293
3.Stanford(5)-------1224
4.Miami(1)-------1188
5.Texas(1)-------1102
6.Georgia-------1102
7.Iowa-------873
8.Penn State-------864
9.Notre Dame-------844
10.Oregon-------779
11.Virginia Tech-------773
12.Clemson-------767
13.Texas A&M-------763
14.West Virginia-------662
15.Boise State-------639
16.Ole Miss-------500
17.North Carolin-------489
18.Michigan State-------466
19.Georgia Tech-------424
20.Oklahoma-------404
21.Nebraska-------402
22.USC-------326
23.Cincinnati-------323
24.South Carolina-------312
25.Florida State-------289


*Preseason Poll
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Big Ten Standings - 2012 Season
TeamsCONF W-LOVERALL W-LPFPASTRK
#2 Wisconsin0-00-000----
#7 Iowa0-00-000----
#8 Penn State0-00-000----
#18 Michigan State0-00-000----
Michigan0-00-000----
Ohio State0-00-000----
Minnesota0-00-000----
Purdue0-00-000----
Indiana0-00-000----
Illinois0-00-000----
Northwestern0-00-000----


*Conference Outlook
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Heisman Watch - 2012 Season
Name Pos School
A.J. McCarron QB Alabama
Jermie Calhoun HB Oklahoma
Kevin Newsome QB Penn State
Robert Griffen QB Baylor
Lamar Miller HB Miami


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