Third-year walk-on provides depth at safety.
2016 SEASON (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Did not see game action.
2015 SEASON: Redshirted.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Four-year letterwinner as a quarterback, cornerback, punter and kick returner played 42 games for Walled Lake Central . . . rushed for more than 3,300 yards and scored 48 touchdowns in his career . . . named to 2014 Detroit Free Press Dream Team as a defensive back . . . also named to 2014 Associated Press Division 1-2 All-State team (honorable mention) . . . led the Vikings to a 9-3 record, a district title, and a share of first place in the Kensington Lakes Activities Association's North Division as a senior in 2014 . . . collected more than 1,600 rushing yards and scored 21 rushing touchdowns as a senior . . . named to 2014 Detroit News All-Metro North team as a punter; converted six fake punts and averaged more than 38 yards a punt . . . rushed for 175 yards and three TDs in state-playoff win over Waterford Mott in 2014 . . . rushed for 22 touchdowns in just nine games as a junior in 2013 . . . tied modern-day state record with eight touchdowns (six rushing, 65-yard kick return, 58-yard punt return) in a 63-34 victory over Waterford Mott during his junior season . . . son of Todd Krumm and Lauryl Lepak-Krumm . . . his father, Todd, was a four-year letterwinner as a defensive back at Michigan State (1984-87) under head coach George Perles and played on MSU's 1987 Big Ten and 1988 Rose Bowl Championship team; he was a first-team All-Big Ten safety as a senior . . . he also played two seasons (1988-89) in the NFL with the Chicago Bears . . . he ranks second in MSU history with 18 career interceptions and his nine interceptions in 1987 are the most in an MSU single-season . . . also lettered in track and field . . . communication major.