Representing the Green & White

All-Star games are starting to get into the swing and a few future Spartans are expected to play in one of the biggest events in the country.

With about thirty days left before they'll report to start their college careers at Michigan State, four future Spartans are expected to take part in the country's most famous all-star game The Big 33 game.

Since 1957, the game described as the "Super Bowl of High School Football" has pitted players from Pennsylvania against those from Maryland, Texas, and now Ohio. This year's event has one future Spartan on the Pennsylvania team and three on Ohio.

Held at Hershey Park Stadium, the game has seen several alumni go onto greatness in college and in the NFL. In fact, there has been at least one Big 33 alumnus in every Super Bowl played.

On team PA will be Brandon Clemons (Milford (PA) Delaware Valley HS). The 6-foot-4, 265-pound Clemons is listed as an offensive lineman and should get a firsthand look at future teammate and Ohio defensive end Joel Heath of Cincinnati (Ohio) Mt. Healthy High School.

Joining Heath on team Ohio will be quarterback Connor Cook (Akron (Ohio) Walsh Jesuit HS) and offensive lineman Donavon Clark of Cincinnati (Ohio) Finneytown High School.

The game is set for June 18-th with a 7:00 p.m. kickoff.

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