Young Guns Battle at Spartan Camp

The last day of camp at Michigan State found two quarterbacks for the Class of 2014 showing early signs of being two of the best in the class.

After watching a couple of quarterbacks on Wednesday, was able to catch in action two young signal callers in the Class of 2014.

Leading the way was J.J. Cosentino of Kiski High School out of Pennsylvania. The 6-foot-3, Cosentino, showed a strong arm and seemed to have impressed the Spartans coaching staff as several members of the offensive staff made sure to catch him in action throughout the day.

Spartan Digest feels Cosentino is a player the Spartans might be looking at early as a future quarterback.

Not to be outdone was home state signal caller Chance Stewart of Sturgis, Michigan. This is not the first time we've seen Stewart as we caught him in action a year ago at a combine.

At 6-foot-5, Stewart shows good form and has an understanding of what to do with the ball. A three-sport athlete, Stewart will get bigger and stronger in the coming years and that will help him display a stronger arm.

Both quarterbacks should be on the list of future signal callers when it comes to Michigan State for the Class of 2014.

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