Chmura getting more familiar with MSU

Younger brother of current Spartan, Dylan, Dyson Chmura was in East Lansing last weekend and has continued to grow more familiar with the Spartans.

Many families of Michigan State football players came to the spring game last Saturday to watch their relatives, but Dyson Chmura got a little bit more out of his trip.

The Waukesha (Wisc.) West junior linebacker was on a recruiting visit as well as watching his brother, current Spartan Dylan Chmura.

"It went pretty well," he said. "I got to talk to the coaches as always. They do a great job of making sure you see everyone. I had fun time watching my brother play, obviously, that was pretty nice to see him go at with some guys. …

"I definitely enjoyed my visit."

Watching his brother play was certainly one of the highlights of the visit, which Dyson was excited about going in.

"I was very excited to see him go up against guys like Shilique Calhoun," he said. "I just see that as kind of crazy. It's nuts because you see those guys in January playing in the Rose Bowl and four or five months later you see my brother going up against them and to see how he did."

During Dylan's recruitment, Dyson had the chance to see Michigan State's campus, but has been able to see it more and grow more familiar with the Spartans as a recruit.

"I know the campus pretty well," he said. "I got my brother to show me around. He keeps me informed on everything, where all the facilities are. I know the coaches very well and I am very familiar with the whole area."

Dyson holds offers from Army, New Mexico and South Dakota, all three of which want him to visit this summer.

He has been hearing from Iowa State, Pittsburgh, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Northern Illinois. While his camp schedule isn't planned out yet, he knows many of those schools would like to see him camp.

"I think a lot of the schools want me to come out to camp to show what I can do," he said. "I would imagine they like my speed and my ability to cover and my size and length."

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