Josh King receivers his Army All-American Bowl jersey from Captain John Butler (left) and Staff Sergeant Yoel Lorenzo.
Josh King knew he wanted to be part of the Dream Team last summer when he decided to commit to Michigan State.
Future Spartans quarterback recruit Messiah deWeaver, receiver recruit Cam Chambers and running back recruit Abdul Adams devised and turned into a Twitter account.
King, the No. 5 weakside defensive end and the No. 1 player in the state of Illinois by the 247 Sports Composite rankings, will get a chance to play with another Dream Team before he gets to East Lansing.
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King was presented with his honorary jersey during a ceremony Friday at his school as the Selection Tour presented by American Family Insurance came to Hinsdale South in Darien, Ill.
“Everybody wants to be part of the dream team,” King said when he committed to the Spartans.
“You’re talking about a guy with a ton of physical upside, he can carry a lot of weight, he’s very twitchy and athletic,” 247Sports.com national analyst Steve Wiltfong said of King, “and he has that wrestling background.”