Most Improved Offensive Player: WR Tyrell Henry
Wide receiver Tyrell Henry did most of his work on special teams last year, leading the team in kickoff return yards. But this year, a lot of players are posting on their social media accounts to watch out for Henry this season.
So much of his game reminds me of R.J. Shelton who took a huge leap between years one and two and I expect the speedy Henry to do the same.
We already know he can return kicks but now he can be used to shore up an inexperienced receiver room and perhaps he can even be sprinkled into the run game on reverses and sweeps like the plays Shelton was so good at.
Dark horse: WR Montorie Foster Jr. — With no true No. 1 receiver and everyone playing attention to Tre Mosley, Foster Jr. can be the under-the-radar choice to lead the Spartans in receiving.