According to ESPN’s College Football analyst Joe Schad Michigan State Spartans tight end Dion Sims will declare for this coming Aprils NFL Draft.
This is a big decision on the half of Dion Sims who will now be forgoing his final year of eligibility and also his senior season at Michigan State.
Dion’s junior year became to be his biggest year of his college football career. Dion had 36 receptions for 475 yards and caught 2 touchdown passes this season for the Spartans. At 6-5, 285 pounds Sims is built like a offensive tackle but shows extraordinary amount of speed is a plus in the National Football League. But this season for Michigan State quarterback core wasn’t up to its full potential which lead to Dion being missed on big opportunity’s.
But turning negatives into positives Dion is a trusted receiver and can adapt really well to a NFL style offense, with his size and at the role for a tight end to come in to block for the running back Dion Sims is that man for the job. With the draft only 4 months away adding Dion could be one of those tight end’s who’s draft stock can rise come their pro day. Keep Dion Sims on your watch list.