Peach State Receivers Show Well at MSU

Peach State Receivers Show Well at MSU

During the two days of camps held on the campus of Michigan State University, two wide receivers showed extremely well. However, both prospects made the trip to East Lansing from the state of Georgia. Who were these two players? We have the latest.

With a great turnout for two days of camp, Michigan State watched several prospects at the wide receiver position. However, when the dust settled, Spartan Digest felt only two showed well enough to be talked about in a camp breakdown.

Camping for two days was Brunswick (GA) High School receiver Solomon Jones. Built with a long frame, and solid physical abilities, Jones also got a look as a safety during day one of camp.

Nevertheless, it was another Georgia wide receiver on day two who may have stole the show.

Class of 2013 wide receiver Rodney Morris of Norcross (GA) Wesleyan came on day two and quickly looked the part of prospect to keep an eye on. Morris camped at Michigan on Tuesday and made sure to hit up the Spartans before leaving the state.

At 6-foot-3, 175-pounds, Morris has the build the Spartans like from the receiver position and is extremely athletic. Do not be surprised if Morris is not a name Spartan fans hear again in the future.

In the last class, Michigan State reached out to the state of Georgia and pulled in Andre Sims. Can the Spartans find another player from the Peach State?

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