The 2023 Michigan State football season is on everyone’s minds. The Spartans finished just 5-7 last year and the optimism is seemingly low among the fanbase.
Mel Tucker went 11-2 in 2021 but turned around and missed a bowl game in 2022 and a lot of fans have given up hope. But that shouldn’t be the case as there is still plenty of talent on the roster.
Some of that talent happens to play on the offensive side of the ball. Which offensive players do you need to buy stock in after spring ball?
Tyrell Henry played primarily special teams last season and didn’t see many snaps on the offensive side of the ball, but with Keon Coleman gone, it’s his time to shine.
Heck, he even said as much to Coleman on Twitter when the former Michigan State receiver announced he’d be transferring. And that confidence feels like a sign of things to come.
The 6-foot-0, 170-pound speedster had a strong spring and seemed to make an impression on the coaching staff because it feels like he may be in line to steal a starting spot.
While I think Tre Mosley is the safe pick to be the WR1 next season, I wouldn’t sleep on Henry or Montorie Foster Jr. Those two guys are the biggest challengers to Mosley this season and I think they’ll surprise some people.