Micajah Reynolds is a former MSU lineman who played under coach Mark Dantonio from 2009-2013. The Lansing Sexton product went on to help the Spartans win the 100th Rose Bowl Game, defeating No. 5 Stanford in 2013.
After his time at Michigan State, Reynolds would go undrafted, but saw a brief stint with the NFL's Baltimore Ravens. He was released from the team last year with an injury settlement. He will play the upcoming season in the Canadian Football League with the Montreal Alouettes, making a switch from the defensive line to offensive line, a position he hasn't played since his sophomore year at MSU.
WKAR's Al Martin invited Reynolds to "Current Sports" on Thursday afternoon to talk about his new gig, as well as his thoughts on the upcoming MSU football season. Reynolds also weighs-in on the attention that the University of Michigan football team has been receiving all Summer, including the new NIKE "Jumpman" jerseys (12:57 mark).