Around this time last season, Kyonta Stallworth picked up an offer from Michigan State. A year later, the Detroit (Mich.) King offensive tackle is committed to the Spartans and working to bring others to Michigan State with him.
He also is working on Minneapolis (Minn.) Cretin Derham Hall defensive end Jashon Cornell, whom he worked against at Sound Mind Sound Body last week – a camp he said went well.
"I got to compete with Jashon and a lot of other great athletes out here and defensive end," he said. "Coach Staten was teaching me a little bit as I was going. It was good."
On his own end, Stallworth has been working on "getting everything right" heading into his first season playing for King after transferring from St. Clair Shores (Mich.) South Lake.
"Lifting, speed training and stuff like that," he said.
He has generated plenty of hype throughout the offseason, reeling in MVP awards at some camps, but won't be participating in The Opening in Oregon due to a rule in the state of Michigan that doesn't allow linemen to wear pads – while other states allow it.