#36 Monty Madaris
Coming out of high school Madaris showed all the promise of becoming a big time player at MSU. However, he enters his senior season with seven catches during his career for 103 yards. The tools are still there and the Cincinnati native could step forward and be a big surprise in 2016.
Played in ten games last season earning his second letter in the process. Athletic enough that the Spartans did move him over for a little play at cornerback last season but mainly saw time on offensive and special teams. Injuries again slowed Madaris down at the start of the season.
WHY HE MADE THE COUNTDOWN
We’ve known Madaris since his high school days and hope his senior season is a breakout one. If he’s healthy, Madaris could be a guy that could step forward and make some plays. But younger players are on his heels looking to make their mark. In the spring was listed behind R.J. Shelton at the “Z” receiver position.