Michigan State Football: 5 most underrated players

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To be fair, not many people in the Green & White corner have seen much from the former highly-touted recruit, but DeAnthony Arnett is ready to show what he’s made of this season.

With Michigan State losing the top receiver from a season ago in Tony Lippett and the No. 2 receiver Keith Mumphery, the Spartans are looking for some new producers.

MacGarrett Kings Jr. and Aaron Burbridge are the clear favorites to be the top pass-catchers, but my favorite to break out and potentially lead the team in receiving is Arnett. He has had a tough road to his senior year at MSU, catching a total of six passes for 87 yards and no scores.

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During his freshman year as a member of Tennessee, Arnett had a great season, catching 24 passes for 242 tads and two touchdowns. He was a four-star recruit and one of the top-100 high school recruits for the class of 2011 and the talent hasn’t disappeared, it just hasn’t been utilized.

This is the year we see Arnett and all of his solid spring practice work finally pay off. He has been really impressing coaches during spring ball and he will finally put it all together.

Underrated? More like not even on the radar right now. That will change in a couple months.

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