Theo Day had a good showing on Sunday. He measured at 6-foot-5 and threw the ball consistently. You really do not see any wayward balls from Theo. He is steady in the accuracy department. His release has quickened since we first saw him and as a good athlete, he can throw on the move. Michigan State is getting a kid with a lot of arm talent here. He will keep filling in his longer frame and getting stronger and we think he is a really good fit in what the Spartans do offensively.
Duffy Carpenter, Spartan Nation
Video: Theo Day shows arm talent at Opening Regional
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