"I chose Michigan State over Purdue because I just liked the school, the campus and the coaching staff more at Michigan State." Derrick Outlaw said.
"Purdue was the only other school to offer me a scholarship."
Outlaw is also an exceptional basketball player but football is where his bread is buttered so to speak.
Outlaw will be a two-year starter in 2002. "I just started playing football." Outlaw said. "I'm still learning the game but I feel I can play at a high level."
Derrick Outlaw was an all-area and all-conference selection as a junior. He carries a 3.0 GPA and scored 19 on his ACT.
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