Michigan State early enrollee quarterback Messiah deWeaver talks about the adjustments being made now as a college student-athlete.

Messiah deWeaver arrived on campus just last week as one of eight early enrollees at Michigan State. Friday the newest quarterback in the program talked about making the adjustment from high school life to that of a college student-athlete with the Spartans.

The Michigan State Spartans coaching staff is excited about the future of quarterback Messiah deWeaver following a very successful prep career at Trotwood (Ohio) Madison and Huber Heights Wayne High Schools.

deWeaver is one of eight early enrollees for the Spartans and head coach Mark Dantonio has nothing but positive things to say about the 6-foot-4, 215-pound signal caller.

“Messiah deWeaver is a big, talented quarterback, who has displayed great decision and playmaking ability,” said Dantonio in a press release.  “Messiah has very good accuracy and arm strength as well as the mobility to extend plays.  He’s an excellent game manager, who led Wayne High School to the state championship game as a senior.  Messiah performed at an extremely high level during our summer camp.  He’s also a real student of the game, so we’re really excited for him to join our talented quarterback meeting room.”

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