Men's Basketball isportsweb.com —  Davis brings a lot more to the table than what was displayed during his only season in East Lansing. Obviously his length and athleticism makes him a premier shot-blocker as he set Michigan State’s freshman record with a team-leading 64 blocks last year.
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Men's Basketball impact89fm.org —  Eron Harris underwent a complete and total transformation as a basketball player from 2014 to 2016. When he was at West Virginia for the first two years, he was a scoring machine with little regard for defense. Team basketball wasn’t a priority, but getting buckets was. Anyone who follows Michigan State basketball knows that style doesn’t fly with Coach Izzo.
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Ice Hockey spartanpodcast.com —  Anastos discusses the challenges of the recruiting process where younger and younger players – 15 or 16 – are being recruited, in part due to the competition from the Canadian junior leagues. “The irony in our sport – as crazy as this is – is the average entry level age of a kid now is over 20 years old, yet we’re recruiting them at younger ages.”
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Just before basketball recruiting picks up again with the July evaluation periods, Michigan State is getting closer to landing its first 2017 recruit. The Spartans are among six finalists for the services of five-star Illinois power forward Jeremiah Tilmon, according to a report from ESPN.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  The buzz surrounding Malik McDowell continues to grow, as the Michigan State junior defensive is highly regarded from college and NFL viewpoints alike. After being named the No. 23 player in college football this season by Pro Football Focus this week, McDowell was pegged as the No. 2 interior defensive lineman to watch in college football this season by NFL.com on Wednesday.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  For a young, athletic big man that is a multi-year project, however, the Grizzlies are an amazing fit. Big men Marc Gasol and former Spartan one-and-done Zach Randolph are both past their primes and getting older. Eventually, the core of the grit-grind system they run in Memphis will turn over. Davis, who has potential as a power forward or a center -- he can guard smaller players with his athleticism and is poised to become one of the best shot blockers in the game -- will finally give the Grizzlies a play style that fits the current landscape of the NBA.
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Misc. freep.com —  Lansing State Journal sports producer Dan Kilbridge, LSJ sports writer Chris Solari and LSJ columnist Graham Couch return to break down last week's NBA Draft developments. They talk Denzel Valentine's rise, Deyonta Davis' fall, and argue about what can be done to fix the process. They also discuss summer football camps gone wild and more.



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Men's Basketball espn.go.com —  If it's up to Shaquille O'Neal, his son will play college basketball for LSU's Johnny Jones, Michigan State's Tom Izzo or Kentucky's John Calipari. During his weekly podcast, O'Neal said he wants Shareef O'Neal (ranked 51st in the 2018 class per RecruitingNation) to play for coaches who can help him reach the NBA and develop more discipline.
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Track & Field msuspartans.com —  Seven Spartans are set to compete at the United States Olympic Trials at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, from July 1-10. Current Michigan State student-athletes Katelyn Daniels and Tim Ehrhardt join five alums in TrackTown USA, headlined by 2015 Big Ten steeplechase champion Leah O’Connor.
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