Looking at how MSU football recruits fared

Ohio recruits concluded the regular season while the playoffs were in full swing for Michigan and Wisconsin recruits over the weekend.

Here is a look at how Michigan State’s verbal commits fared in games this weekend.Damion Terry –The Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep quarterback continues to dazzle as he threw for five touchdowns to set the District 10 single-season record in a 70-0 win over Erie East. He completed 12 of 19 passes for 208 yards before exiting the game as he helped Cathedral Prep move to 9-0. He has thrown 36 touchdown passes this season. Terry is at 6.010 career passing yards – 36 away from setting the District 10 record and already owns the career record with 73 TD passes.

Delton Williams – The Cathedral Prep athlete had a 22-yard interception return for a touchdown and helped the Ramblers limit Erie East to -3 yards of total offense.

Drake Harris – The Grand Rapids Christian receiver had five catches for 103 yards, including a 45-yard TD, in a 45-6 playoff win over Fruitport

Gerald Holmes – The Flint Carman-Ainsworth running back had 19 carries for 181 yards and a touchdown in a 30-26 playoff loss to Grand Blanc. Carman-Ainsworth finishes the season at 8-2.

Jon Reschke – The Birmingham Brother Rice linebacker had 10 tackles in a 47-26 win over Port Huron in a playoff opener

Shane Jones – The Cincinnati Moeller linebacker had seven tackles in a 45-42 win over Louisville Trinity. He has 93 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 3 fumble recoveries, a forced fumble and an interception in 10 games for Moeller, which is 7-3.

Dylan Chmura – The Waukesha (Wis.) West tight end had four catches for 68 yards and two touchdowns in a 54-49 loss to Watertown in the second round of the playoffs. He finished the season with 19 catches for 346 yards and five TDs.

Jalyn Powell – The Warren (Ohio) Harding athlete had a 69-yard touchdown pass in a 25-13 win over Cincinnati Lorain. Harding ended regular season 9-1.

Jay Harris – The Downingtown (Pa.) East receiver had one catch for 5 yards and a rush for 5 yards in a 48-7 over West Chester East

Trey Kilgore – The Cincinnati St. Xavier receiver had two catches for 3 yards in a 23-9  win over Louisville St. Xavier. Cincinnati St. Xavier finished the regular season 6-4.

Also in other recruiting news, Cass Tech four-star offensive lineman David Dawson put MSU, Ohio State and Wisconsin in his final three schools. Dawson is a former Michigan commit.

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22 Responses to Looking at how MSU football recruits fared

  1. avatar Spartan 81 says:

    Cant wait for Drake Harris to get here.

  2. avatar The Tanner says:

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  3. avatar MayoSpartan says:

    I hope all in Sandy’s path are fairing well. However, I’d like to tie MSU AD communications front man, Lewandowski, to tree in CT after submitting the video of Coach D dancing in the locker room and making him the focus of the teams celebration for the media and public consumption.


    What’s said and done in the locker room, should stay in the locker room, IMO. Yet this comes out the week that NEB plays MSU. The same week um takes the high ground when asked if the Wolvies will cheer for MSU against the Huskers this weekend.

    Last year media folks were all over Coach D like white on rice trying to goad him into saying he wants um’s support by beating um when they played UNL in the big hole in the ground. This year, Freep writers have already played um’s PR role by nipping that Q&A in the bud. Coach D knew that a team’s destiny is in their own hands and the media wouldn’t let it rest.

    Time Lewandowski gets his head clear and looks at the PR war going on and who’s winning it and how. I don’t think many locker room videos showing coaches jumping around with their players are leaked, and there may be a good reason for it.

    • avatar Spartan 81 says:

      You know Mayo we met Lewandowski in person on our tour of the Breslin, Boston thanked him for getting an autographed Cousins photo for a young QB in her area. I really dont think Lewandowski meant any harm, he was just trying to show the joy of the situation and that maybe Coach D is not always so serious in privated. Just my two cents since I met the man, he was real down to earth.

    • avatar Lancelot_Spartan says:

      Not sure I see the harm in releasing the video. I don’t think Coach D meant any disrespect to Wisconsin or anything like that. He was just happy and wanted to celebrate with his team. It’s not like he was doing this on the field in front of Wisconsin. He was doing it in the locker room with his players. If other teams want to try and use that as motivation to beat us, let them. I am sure there is a lot better material out there to use. As a Spartan fan, I think the video is awesome and am glad I got the opportunity to see it.

    • avatar Trophy says:

      Didn’t look that bad to me.

  4. avatar behind the green curtain says:

    This game should be one of the most entertaining. Look for Arkansas to pull it out thanks to strong run defense in the second half.
    Arkansas 38, Tulsa 34
    Come Sat night, them thar hogs be 4-5 and very much alive . Now I will make you a friendly wager right now son. If the Hogs go 6-6 and make a bowl than you admit that MSU hired the wrong man in 2006. If the Hogs pick up loss #7. than you will never hear from me again. 7 losses aint gonna happen though son , that team is too well coached ,so don’t get your hopes up.
    And one last thing, I asked our dean in Geography, where the country of Maslow was and he confirmed there is no such country as Maslow. Who do you think I am son the village idiot?

    • avatar USMCSpartan(Ret.) says:

      Tulsa, your talking about a good game with an NAIA team? Wouldn’t be surprise to see the hog players play their hearts out and the coaches keep screwing it up.

      • avatar '89 Chemistry says:

        Actually: They’re a D-1 team that’s 7-1 and would play about as well as, say, Iowa or Indiana [2012] would in an AQ conference. They lead the nation in sacks (4.4 per game), but this week really hinges on Tulsa’s somewhat-injured QB; if he has a great game, Tulsa win decisively.

        I give the Hogs a 52% chance of victory; they’ll win by about two points.

        • avatar USMCSpartan(Ret.) says:

          I know who Hurricanes’ are, been there – why I don’t remember at this point. They were the Boise States of the 70′s/80′s, but have seen harder times. If JLS is crowing about the game, well…..

          • avatar Spartan 81 says:

            Because that’s all he has got to crow about, if they are 4-5 and still alive Saturday night than the Hogs will be 4-6 and in deep sh.. after South Carolina gets done with them in Columbia on Nov 10th. I went to a game one Labor Day in Tulsa when I lived in Dallas twenty years ago. Baylor beat em 34-7 or something close to that. They reminded me of a MAC team.

  5. avatar The Tanner says:

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  6. avatar The Tanner says:

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  7. avatar Spartydoobydoo says:

    Pretty sad that there isn’t a basketball post….guess I’ll have to watch the replay on BTN tonight to see what I missed…..

  8. avatar USMCSpartan(Ret.) says:

    Final Stats: fg%- MSU 50.7, NU 30.0; Rebounds- MSU 52, NU 35, Assists- MSU 24, NU 9; Blocks- MSU 4, NU 1; Steals- MSU 11, NU 5

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