his is the 25th in a 50-day summer series counting down the top players in Michigan State football history, as I see them. As with last year’s MSU basketball top 50, the criteria is performance and impact at MSU only, professional career irrelevant. Have your own opinion? Leave a comment or tweet at me @Graham_Couch.
No. 26 – Flozell Adams
Offensive tackle, 1994-97, Bellwood, Ill.
The skinny: He was MSU’s first massive block-out-the-sun guy who also had quick feet and a high football IQ. He could do pretty anything you wanted an offensive lineman to do. That’s how George Blaha, the longtime radio voice of the Spartans, described Adams. – Read more at LSJ.com