In the last two weeks, Michigan State hosted two of the quarterbacks at the top of their recruiting board when Phoenix Pinnacle's Brian Lewerke and Decatur Central (Ind.) product Tommy Stevens both came to town.
Michigan State created a unique opportunity for the team on Thursday when the Spartans had their inaugural 'Cass Tech Day.'
The last time Michigan State signed a player out of Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis, it was Isaiah Lewis, who went on to become an All-Big Ten performer and three year starter for the Spartans.
Michigan State began implementing the zone-read into their offense last offseason and while Connor Cook ran it sparingly, it appears as though it could have a larger role in years to come.
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