Michigan State Football: 5 most intriguing freshmen

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Oct 4, 2014; East Lansing, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans wide receiver Macgarrett Kings Jr. (85) attempts to make a fair catch the 2nd half of a game at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: MSU won 27-22. Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

One of the more colorful recruits of the class, Darrell Stewart always has a memorable quote lined up during interviews. His candidness off the field has helped him with his confidence on it and he’s earning a reputation in fall ball as one of the most outstanding performers as a freshman.

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According to Mike Wilson of 247Sports, Macgarrett Kings as well as Mark Dantonio have had nothing but nice things to say about the former three-star athlete from Texas.

"“Some of the new guys that came in like Felton and Darrell, they are going to be good,” senior Macgarrett Kings said. “It’s going to be fun to come back and watch them.” “Felton Davis and Darrell Stewart have both been impressive,” Dantonio said, “but they gotta learn it and this is about consistency and performance over a period of time. … “These next two weeks, what they do in the next two weeks and the opportunities they get are going to tell us the story there.”"

If Stewart can put it all together consistently for the Spartans, he could be in the regular rotation of wide receivers along with his fellow freshman, and next man on this list, Felton Davis III.

Oh yeah, and here’s a solid quote from Stewart, brought to you by Mike Wilson:

"“Right now, I’m just taking it one day at a time,” Stewart said. “That’s how you eat an elephant, piece by piece.”"

Next: 2. Felton Davis III, WR