Wednesday provided Michigan State
fans a quick look at what to expect during Saturday’s annual Green-White game in Spartan Stadium.
Led by seniors Denzel Drone, Kyler Elsworth, Danny Folino, Fou Fonoti, Isaiah Lewis (injured), Andrew Maxwell, Kevin Muma, Micajah Reynolds and Blake Treadwell, Team White looks to have some solid positions filled on their roster.
Senior quarterback Andrew Maxwell will look to continue having a solid spring by leading Team White to a victory and securing the No. 1 spot until camp opens in August. Tyler O’Connor will also take some reps and Paul Andrie could see a snap or two.
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This group looks solid with Keith Mumphery, A.J. Troup, John Jakubik, Monty Mararis, Matt Macksood and Kyle Kerrick who will be joined by tight ends Andrew Gleichert and Juwan Caesar.
At fullback Team White will look to Ty Hamilton to open up holes for Jeremy Langford and Nick Tompkins.
With senior designates Fou Fonoti and Black Treadwell, Team While looks like they could be solid up front as the senior will be joined by tackle Jack Conklin and guards/centers Travis Jackson, Connor Kruse, Benny McGowan and Shawn Kamm.
Denzel Drone and Micajah Reynolds are the senior designates. They will be joined by Shilique Calhoun and Joel Heath on the edge along with James Kittredge, Damon Knox and David Fennell in the middle.
Taiwan Jones and Pat Rhomberg will join senior designates Danny Folino and Kyler Elsworth.
Ezra Robinson, Jermaine Edmondson R.J. Williamson, Mylan Hicks and Chris Laneaux make up a solid secondary that Team Green will look to go after.
Offensive coordinator Dave Warner will look to lead Team White to a win during Saturday's annual Green-White spring football game. Here is a look at the squad Warner will look to lead to victory.
Who will make up Dave Warner's Team White squad? We have the breakdown.