How MSU football recruits fared; Sadler earns honor

Pennsylvania completed its regular season last weekend, while the playoffs began for Ohio prospects. Here’s looking at how Michigan State’s football recruits fared over the weekend.

Damion Terry – The Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep QB completed 5 of 13 passes for 106 yards and a TD in sleet conditions in a 47-0 win over General McLane. The win helped Cathedral Prep complete a 10-0 regular season. Terry threw a 26-yard TD pass to fellow MSU recruit Delton Williams. In the win, Terry also set the Division 10 career passing record with 6,116 yards, surpassing the old mark of 6,045 held by Oil City’s Mark Kulinski.

Delton Williams – Rushed for 205 yards and two TDs in Cathedral Prep’s win over General McLane. Had 5 and 59-yard TD runs and also the 26-yard TD reception from Terry

Drake Harris – The Grand Rapids Christian junior receiver had seven catches for 208 yards and two TDs in a 68-44 second-round playoff win over Zeeland West. Had TD receptions of 32 and 42 yards

Jay Harris – The wide receiver had three catches for 21 yards in Downingtown (Pa.) East’s 6-3 win over Henderson. East completed a 10-0 regular season

Trey Kilgore – The Cincinnati St. Xavier receiver had two catches for 18 yards and a TD and two carries for 17 yards in a 35-14 opening-round playoff loss to Cincinnati Colerain. Kilgore finished the season with 12 catches for 76 yard and two TDs in four games.

Shane Jones – The Cincinnati Moeller linebacker had seven tackles in a 43-21 playoff win over Wayne. He has 100 tackles, 2.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries, a forced fumble and an interception in 11 games this season.

Jalyn Powell – The Warren (Ohio) G. Harding athlete had an 11-yard TD catch in a 45-35 playoff loss to Mentor. Harding finished the season 9-2 after winning just two games in 2011

Jon Reschke – The Brother Rice linebacker had nine tackles and helped his team’s defense limit Oxford to 79 yards of total offense in the first half and just 174 yards for the game in a 38-6 second-round playoff win

Dennis Finley – The offensive lineman teamed with MSU target David Dawson to helpe Cass Tech rush for more than 400 yards on the ground in a 42-23 second-round playoff win over Dearborn

Also earlier today, sophomore punter Mike Sadler was named the Big Ten special teams player of the week and MSU’s game time with Northwestern for Nov. 17 was announced as a noon start. The game will air either on ESPN or ESPN2.

Sadler punted seven times for 326 yards – an average of 46.6 yards – in the Spartans’ 28-24 loss to Nebraska on Saturday to earn the Big Ten weekly honor for the second time in his career.

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