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Name: Ameer Speed (Transfer from Georgia)
College: Michigan State     Number: 6
Height: 6-3   Weight: 209
Position: CB  Pos2: FS/ST
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.30
   40 Time: 4.34
  40 High: 4.40

> Projected Round: 6-7  Stock:    

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Height: 6033
Weight: 209

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Dates: 03-15-23@Georgia
Hand: 08 5/8  Arm: 32 5/8
Wingspan: 78 3/4

Height: 6033
Weight: 209
40 Yrd Dash: 4.34
20 Yrd Dash: 2.55
10 Yrd Dash: 1.56
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 14
Vertical Jump: 32 1/2
Broad Jump: 10'03"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.26
3-Cone Drill: 6.99

40 Time Range: 4.33-4.34/**Projected 4.54/-.20


 Data Scout Notes: 2022: NAC...Transfer from Georgia...2021: NAC...2021: (+) Coming off Oct 2021 Ankle INJ...2020: NAC

 Ameer Speed, Michigan State, Player News

  Even though he initially promised it to his mother, Ameer Speed keeps his national championship ring with him at Michigan State. It doesn't come out often, but it serves as a reminder. Of how to build success. Of goals ahead in his final season of college football. "I didn't I want to use that as a way of me leading. I want to lead you by showing you what I was doing and how I worked or how I learned," the senior transfer from Georgia said after practice Thursday. "I wanted to use that instead of saying, 'Oh I have a ring.' I don't bring my ring out or really show it around much. People usually have to say, 'Let me see your ring,' and then maybe I'll hear show them here and there." That means becoming a leader for the Spartans and improving their weakest area last season, the nation-worst pass defense, are among the items atop Speed's goal board. So are becoming an All-Big Ten player and winning the Jim Thorpe Award as the nation's top cornerback.

And Speed said he senses his words carry some weight with his new teammates after having won it all in January, weeks before leaving the Bulldogs to reunite with coach Mel Tucker at MSU. "That's on my board, too, is another national champion," the native of Jacksonville, Florida, said. "I feel like being able to say you won a national championship at two schools is awesome, and I don't know if anybody's done it before yet. I think that would just be an amazing accomplishment to have just for me and for my family. "I first got here, everyone was saying it a lot, how it matters...It was definitely fun to talk about it and be able to experience it, but that was the past. I'm trying to get another one. I want to bring that here and experience that with these guys." - Lansing State Journal

(DS#28 CB) rSr/2023 CB Ameer SpeedMichigan State
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  There were plenty of new names and faces on the field for Michigan State on Saturday during its final practice of the spring, but there was one who stood out. That was cornerback Ameer Speed, the graduate transfer who won a national championship last season at Georgia before opting to play his final season at Michigan State for coach Mel Tucker. Listed at 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds, it's easy to understand why spotting Speed among the other defensive backs was simple. But it's about more than just his size. It's about the way Speed plays. Early in spring practice, Michigan State wide receiver Jayden Reed talked about the difficulty of playing against the length and athleticism of Speed. He reiterated that Saturday, saying it's not something you see every day in the Big Ten, but will in the NFL. "You typically don't see a corner that tall, that long," Reed said. "That's definitely the one thing that definitely helped me, because at the next level you'll see a bunch of different guys...So, that prepares me for competition like that. You don't see that on an everyday basis. So that can help me adapt to when I have to deal with that." - Detroit News

(DS#28 CB) rSr/2023 CB Ameer SpeedMichigan State
News Source: Detroit News
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