The first time Oak Park quarterback Dwan Mathis visited Michigan State, he was in eighth grade. Now set to enter his junior year, Mathis was already a known commodity back then. His potential led Cincinnati and Akron to offer scholarships before he even took a high school snap. Mathis remained in touch with Michigan State’s staff, particularly quarterbacks coach Brad Salem, even through an early commitment to Iowa State. Mathis re-opened his recruitment, de-committing from the Cyclones last month, and on Wednesday the Spartans offered him a scholarship when he came to campus. He called the offer a dream come true.
Source: Detroit News