Branden Dawson and Travis Trice will be gone by way of graduation.

But might there be other members of the 2014-2015 Spartans no longer with the team next year?

It's always a possibility. MSU coach Tom Izzo, at his season wrap-up press conference Thursday, said he's going to push some of his guys to either meet him all the way or else.

"Everyone that wants to commit to what I want to commit to is staying if they want to stay," Izzo said. "I'm going to post up a couple guys--am I going to run anybody off? No."

Izzo did not say to whom he was specifically referring. He did later say, though, that junior-to-be center Gavin Schilling needs to "fall in love with the game."

Izzo also acknowledged he will consider taking on transfer players. This comes a day after Missouri leading scorer Jonathan Williams III, who was recruited heavily by Michigan State when he was in high school, announced he will transfer and that East Lansing is a potential destination.

Williams, a 6-foot-9 forward, led the Tigers in points (11.9) and rebounds (7.1) per game this past season.