I can't think of a good title for this, but I figured now was a good time to see how players from our first recruiting class were impacting our current teams. Outside of JUCO players most of the players from this class are redshirt-sophomores or true juniors. Here is the link to the 2012 recruiting page: http://forums.traditionsportsonline.com/threads/the-tradition-recruiting-2012.80798/ I can't see the spreadsheet due to work CPU access but here are some players from my squad that are playing roles on this year's team. ATH J.J. Pruitt - He is a redshirt sophomore that played a role last year as a freshman. Pruitt only played 15% of MSU snaps last year but finished the year with 9 TD runs and 8 TD passes. This year he is the starting QB and is 2-0 (technically 3-0 but he was injured for most of the UNC game). WR Kyle Randall - The only signing in this class and he was not an elite player. He is now 5th on the depth chart at WR and caught a TD pass this season. He only played in mop-up minutes last season. ATH Marcus McDowell - He was the #3 CB as a freshman, slid back to #4 last year and is back to the #3 role this season. He is a good but not great CB. He would have benefitted from redshirting year 1 but MSU didn't have that luxury. CB Kennard Horne - He was forced to start at CB in year 1 and his inexperience cost the Bulldogs some games. He was solid last year after sliding back to the #3 spot and this year he leads the Bulldogs with 3 picks. WR Todd Martin - Martin is another player that got on the field early and he has contributed all 3 seasons for MSU. He is the 2nd highest rated WR on the roster but mostly plays out of the slot. Lacks the speed to be an outside receiver.