Michigan State’s 2017 recruiting class wasn’t completed until head coach Mark Dantonio was nearing the end of his National Signing Day press conference. Emmanuel Flowers, a two-star defensive back from Chino (Cali.) Ruben S. Ayala, signed and sent in his National Letter of Intent minutes before Dantonio got to the portion of his presser where he planned on talking about the 6-foot-2, 175-pound prospect. That was fitting in a way, as Flowers was one of a few recruits the Spartans didn’t get in on until late in the process and managed to sign.
Source: Spartan Tailgate