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Jerel Worthy of Michigan State played in 40 career games including 38 starts at defensive tackle. The powerful All-American recorded 107 tackles, 27.5 resulting in a loss and 12 sacks. Those marks rank among MSU's all-time leaders.
Worthy knows how to get through the line evident by his three blocked kicks during his career. He was an All-Big Ten first team selection and became MSU's first All-American first team selection since 1971.
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The soon-to-be redshirt freshman is getting his time to shine a little earlier than expected for the Michigan State Spartans.
Connor Cook will be playing for both the green and white teams in the MSU spring game on April 28th, due to starting quarterback Andrew Maxwell’s sprained knee.
“I’ve been getting double the reps in practice,” Cook said. “Im gonna do my best for...
East Lansing, Mich.— With one of the biggest drafts in professional sports being held within the next couple of days, the Michigan State Spartans football team has a draft of their own coming up.
Tomorrow, head coach Mark Dantonio will divide the seniors into two squads, and select two senior captains. The two captains, one from offense and one from defense, will draft the respective...
MSU QB in waiting Andrew Maxwell a Midland High Grade( I personal Hate Midland High) sprained his knee in practice Saturday.
junior Andrew Maxwell, was backing up to get away from the defense in a scrimmage Saturday and he fell backward, injuring his knee. Coach Mark Dantonio said Tuesday it was a sprain that doesn't require surgery, but Maxwell could be out the rest of spring...
The St. Louis Rams (2-14) select: Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State The St. Louis Rams need help at Defensive Tackle. Jerel Worthy is inconsistent, but is dominant at times. Jeff Fisher could help Worthy hone his talents and become that dominant player more consistently. The Indianapolis Colts (2-14) select: Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State [...]
Michael Brockers (LSU, left), Jerel Worthy (Michigan State, center), and Devon Still (Penn State, right) are all defensive tackle prospects heading into the 2012 NFL Draft, and all potential first round draft picks for the Denver Broncos.
The most common position predicted to be selected with the Denver Broncos‘ first round draft pick in 2012 is, without a doubt, defensive tackle...
Pick thirty is classic, pick thirty-one is BRONCO TERRITORY!
Get all of look of the whole schedule and previously selected players here.
Last three picks
28. Whitney Mercilus, OLB/DE, Illinois
29. Harrison Smith, DB, Notre Dame
30. Devon Still, DT, Penn State
We broke it down, now it’s time for the Broncos GM to make the pick again!
Due to a trade with the...
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