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The touted Carmel (Ind.) High prospect tells me he'll visit Michigan State on Wednesday.
This post was edited by MalibuMan 13 months ago
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Very impressive list of offers.
His Pops played for Miami.... hopefully they get butt humped with sanctions
Bama all over MSUs prospects recently.
laconophilia is everywhere...
They also have 12 "quality control" coaches so their recruiting roots stretch farther than everyone else's. he could put a coach or two on our staff and watch as closely as they want.
Roberts is on campus today for an unofficial visit.
"Stats are for Losers." - Pat "Nardawg" Narduzzi
On a Wednesday? Strange. Do kids often visit for a Pro Day?
Purely a guess, but maybe it's his spring break?
Roberts tells me that Coach Dantonio offered. Should have more in a bit, but he was excited.
Steve with a couple Tampa guys on the roster now and the potential of landing a high caliber guy like TJ Harrell, also from Tampa. Shouldn't that up our chances here?
The son of Indianapolis Colts assistant Alfredo Roberts, Carmel High WR Austin Roberts tagged along for a visit on Wednesday for the Spartans pro day left with an offer.
Austin has friends all over college football. I think he was more impressed with the attitude he saw on Michigan State's campus and the way they players and coaches carried themselves.
Beauty, thanks for the info Steve
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