Sophomore Corley recaps MSU visit

Wyandotte Roosevelt wide receiver takes in early portion of Michigan State's opener and left with some good impressions.

Donnie Corley Jr. played his season opener Thursday night with Wyandotte Roosevelt – a 55-14 win against Trenton.

On Friday, the 6-foot-1, 170-pound sophomore made his first visit to an MSU game.

"It was sweet to get on the field and watch the pregame warm-up," he said.

He said he arrived a little bit late, but still got a little time to talk with some coaches.

"I kind of got there late, but I kind of talked to Coach (Terry) Samuel before the game and Coach (Curtis) Blackwell," he said.

While he left during the lightning delay, Corley still thought it was a good experience and some things left a big impression.

"All the fans," he said. "Kurtis Drummond had a lot of big-time plays, but the whole team played great."

Corley also visited for ‘Spartan Day' on August 7. He said he doesn't have any other visits planned right now.

He has heard from Toledo and Central Michigan in addition to Michigan State.

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