Kevin Jarvis stayed on the practice field for extra work Thursday, then trotted off with offensive quality control coach Steve Oliver, deep in conversation about what improvements he could implement for the next day. A former Michigan State football offensive lineman who signed with the Detroit Lions as an undrafted...
A year after its lengthy NFL draft streak was snapped, Michigan State had a solid showing. There were four Spartans taken in the 2022 NFL draft as running back Kenneth Walker III was selected by the Seahawks in the second round, receiver Jalen Nailor (Vikings) and tight end Connor Heyward (Steelers) both went in the sixth round and offensive tackle AJ Arcrui was taken by the Rams in the seventh round.
According to a report from Main South Athletics, former Michigan State OL Kevin Jarvis has signed with the Detroit Lions. Big day for former Hawks from the 2016 State Championship Football team…Kevin Jarvis (Mich St) signs with the Detroit Lions and All American, Sean McNulty(Army) wins the Rugby National Championship 2016 HAWKS FLY TOGETHER!!!
The Detroit Lions hit it big in the "eighth round" of the NFL draft last year, signing two cornerbacks among their undrafted free agent class who played significant roles as rookies. AJ Parker won the starting slot cornerback in Week 1, and Jerry Jacobs emerged as starting outside corner before tearing his ACL late in the season. ...
Kevin Jarvis is the son of Russell and Margaret Jarvis from Chicago, Illinois. Margaret is a decorated police officer for the Chicago Police Department. In high school Kevin played both sides of the line and was ranked very high in both positions. He earned many accolades in high school and turned down numerous offers from Top 25 schools to go to Michigan State (MSU).
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Maine South alum Kevin Jarvis was a special athlete in high school. He didn’t stop being special at Michigan State University, where the offensive lineman, listed at 6-6, 325 lbs., played the last five seasons. Saturday, he announced on Twitter that he’s forgoing his final year of eligibility and declaring for the NFL Draft in 2022.
The Michigan State Spartans are losing offensive lineman Kevin Jarvis, who has announced his intentions to forgo his extra year of eligibility and enter the 2022 NFL Draft. “I would like to start off by saying thank you to Coach Tucker and his staff for the opportunity to play football at Michigan State University,” wrote Jarvis on Twitter. “It was truly an honor to be around the great group of people that are in East Lansing.
Kevin Jarvis’ college career is over. The Michigan State fifth-year senior offensive lineman announced via Twitter on Saturday he is forgoing his final season of eligibility to enter the NFL draft. Jarvis wasn’t in uniform or spotted at Mercedes-Benz Stadium during Thursday’s 31-21 win against Pittsburgh in the Peach Bowl and coach Mel Tucker didn’t address his status after the game.
Michigan State redshirt senior offensive lineman Kevin Jarvis announced that he will be forgoing his final year of college eligibility and entering the 2022 NFL Draft. While Jarvis has been in the Michigan State program for five years, he could have elected to return for a sixth year of eligibility due to the COVID-19 waiver the NCAA granted to all Division I 2020 fall athletes.