Spartans on trail of QB Chazz Anderson

Spartans on trail of QB Chazz Anderson

"He's worked hard to become one of the best players I've ever been around. He's a regular kid off the field, but when he steps on it, he's a guy that can almost throw the ball 100 yards. He's the type of kid that just gets better and better as the season goes along."

EAST LANSING - Having lost quarterback Keith Nichol to Oklahoma, Michigan State is on the trail of a replacement and University of Cincinnati commit Chazz Anderson, a run/pass threat appears to be priority number #1.

Anderson, who threw for 1,500 and 15 touchdowns while adding 300 yards rushing and four touchdowns as a junior, garnering all-State honors committed to Cincinnati early in the process, but with a new head coach, Brian Kelly now in Cincinnati, Anderson is looking around and is expected to visit East Lansing next week.

Coach Jay Shearing of Pickering, OH., Central said "He's worked hard to become one of the best players I've ever been around. He's a regular kid off the field, but when he steps on it, he's a guy that can almost throw the ball 100 yards. He's the type of kid that just gets better and better as the season goes along."

One concern is that Anderson suffered what is believed to be a mild concussion after a helmet-to-helmet hit in a 34-0 win over Reynoldsburg in August.

He is believed to be fully recovered from the injury.

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