Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Spartans impress Indiana junior WR
By Jared Shanker
Known as a basketball state, in Indiana the football talent is starting to catch up. One prospect from the Hoosier State is making the rounds at Big Ten colleges.
Junior receiver Cameron Polk (Fishers, Ind./Hamilton Southeastern) made his second unofficial visit to Michigan State, the latest coming Sunday for the Spartans’ junior day.
“It was great and nicely organized,” said Polk, who also visited in the fall for a game. “They took us through the athletic facilities and allowed us to meet many of the coaches. I definitely want to go back.”
Polk went on a tour of the campus and football facilities, which he was not able to do his first time on campus in November.
“I really liked the indoor field and the weight room combo,” he said. “It seemed like a great place to get a full workout in.”
He also spoke with some of the coaches at length and got a lesson in what it takes to make it to the college level.
“They were telling us about what they look for in the guys they recruit and the difference between playing college ball and high school,” Polk said.
The next visit for the 6-foot-2, 170-pound Polk will come Jan. 27. He will visit Indiana.