Michigan State lands another recruit from accross the border
Michigan State has found it's 10th new recruit for the 2011 season for the Spartans' football program. Arjen Colquhoun of Windsor has decided to commit to the Spartans for his college football playing career. Colquhoun may not be ranked by rivals.com, but Michigan State and coach Mark Dantonio hope to help shape him into another dominate Spartan player.
Colquhoun is a 6 foot 2, 180 pound safety who has shown some real talent in his abilities and should help fit the gap in a Spartan team that looks to fill the gap in safety that still lingers.
Arjen Colquhoun showed some real ability when he played for W. F. Herman and stood out during MSU's Elite Camp decided to join the Spartans over Central Michigan. The young safety also passed over Rice in his search for a college as well.
One hope is that Colquhoun can start out his Michigan State career by avoiding off the field troubles which have plagued Spartan football players far too often recently. Perhaps Colquhoun can fill in the void that star talent and former Spartan safety Otis Wiley left when he graduated. If at all, perhaps the budding athlete can help the Spartans have a winning season in the upcoming year.