Michigan State Spartans Best of 2023: Nathan Carter Rushes in a New Era

Michigan State Spartans Best of 2023 is headlined by Nathan Carter's rushing ability as he's paced the play for MSU.

In conjunction with our College Football’s Best series, highlighting the top plays, players, highlights, and moments from all 133 teams, we’re here to showcase the best the Michigan State Spartans have had to offer in 2023. Who has stood out? What units are turning heads?

And who from MSU is among the top mentions in our College Football’s Best series this season?

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Michigan State Spartans Best of 2023

At College Football Network, we watch every game. Every player. Every team. And our notebooks are chock full of top players, plays, highlights, and moments. Today, I’m emptying the notebook.

Below, find Michigan State’s noteworthy players, groupings, or units, all listed under a different category: good, great, grand, or wonderful. Every team across the country has put forth their best efforts in 2023, and through four weeks of action, those players deserve notoriety for what they’ve put forth this season.

Highlighting the best with a line from the one and only Chris Farley, welcome to this season’s Good, Great, Grand, Wonderful!

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Good: Jaron Glover, WR

On just nine receptions, Jaron Glover leads the Spartans with 203 yards. He’s been a big-play machine so far in 2023, and despite some sluggish offensive play as of late, has put more than enough on tape to impress.

Great: Noah Kim, QB

To start the season, no one knew what we’d get from Noah Kim at quarterback in East Lansing. Here we are, four weeks into the season and he’s been impressive, all things considered.

Though they’ve slowed down as of late, Kim has flashed with his arm talent.

Grand: Angelo Grose, CB

He leads the team with three pass breakups and has the second-most solo tackles on the Michigan State defense. That’s because Angelo Grose has flown around the field with precision and accuracy this fall.

Wonderful: Nathan Carter, RB

Doing more than most on his own, Nathan Carter averages 5.1 yards per carry and has 369 yards on the ground this season. With four touchdowns, he’s shown he can carry the offensive ground game for the Spartans.

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