Three Spartans found homes after they went undrafted in Saturday's NFL Draft.
Fullback Todd Anderson and tight ends Garrett Celek and Brian Linthicum were signed by teams as undrafted free agents.
Anderson, who bench pressed 225 pounds 35 times at the Michigan State pro day, was picked up by the St. Louis Rams.
"Excited to be a St. Louis Ram....can't wait to get started," Anderson posted on his Twitter.
Anderson had six receptions for 40 yards and a touchdown in his one season as a fullback, after playing on the defensive line.
Celek will be joining Trenton Robinson in San Francisco as a 49er.
"49ers here I come," Celek posted on his Twitter.
He had 14 receptions for 135 yards receiving and three touchdowns in his career.
Linthicum, another tight end, found his home in New York with the Jets.
"EXCITED to be a Jet! Lol. #seriouslythough," Linthicum posted on his Twitter.
Linthicum finished his career at Michigan State with 69 receptions for 860 yards and three touchdowns.
With the three free-agent signees and six players drafted, nine of the 18 players who graduated or left MSU early after the 2011 season went to the NFL. If you take out Joel Foreman and Kevin Pickelman, who retired due to injuries, nine of 16 made it. Not a bad fact or recruiting tool for MSU to have, eh?