SpartanDigest.com gives you this early look at one of the top targets Michigan State will be going after in the coming years. While Mark Dantonio and staff are still working on the Class of 2011, when a player stands out this early coaches take notice.
Offensive line is one of the harder positions to project out of high school. Many things can change during the course of time a prospect spends at the high school level. However, you can come across a player with skills above their age who stand out and show early signs of future greatness. This is the case for West Chester (Ohio) Lakota West offensive lineman Kyle Meadows
While Meadows will only be entering his sophomore campaign, at 6-foot-6, 275-pounds, he has the physical size to man up against some of the biggest players he will come across.
However, size is not what makes Meadows a top early prospect. With great feet, long arms, and the ability to bend and move, Meadows has all tools you look for in more advanced players.
While it is early, Kyle Meadows is a name to remember, as he will have a chance to be one of the top prospects in the Class of 2013.