Going into spring practices, MSU head coach John L. Smith said the wide out position is the weakest. Well the Spartans added some depth that should help out in the near future.
Samuel Champagne, a 6-foot-3 wide receiver from Montreal, verballed to play at MSU this season on Tuesday.
Champagne, who should get a legimate shot at playing this year, was also looking at Syracuse, Wake Forest and Stanford.
Dion Curry, a 6-foot-2 receiver out of Birmingham Detroit Country Day, also announced that he would come to MSU in 2004.
Curry is the son of Detroit Pistons forward Michael Curry.