Michigan State continues to add to a deep wide receiver room with former four-star and Purdue wide receiver Maliq Carr.
With a young linebacking core, a shallow defensive back crew and an experienced defensive line, the Spartans are looking to develop their defense during spring practice.
Two quarterbacks likely lead the room for who will start under center. Here is Payton Thorne's case to be the guy.
Anthony Russo's case to start for MSU is built on his experience at Temple, where he threw for more than 6,000 yards in his career.
Kenneth Walker, after making the unknown journey to Michigan State, is looking to add some speed and elusiveness to the Spartan running backs room.
After being cut by the New England Patriots, Brian Lewerke got an opportunity to show why he deserves a second chance.
Michigan State layers of old and new gathered in front of NFL scouts to show their talents as they hope for a NFL opportunity.