1 week ago

Michigan State football’s 2020 recruiting class continues to take shape in steady fashion. Cole DeMarzo became the Spartans’ 13th commitment and 12th 3-star prospect to join coach Mark Dantonio’s group for next season.

Source: Detroit Free Press

3 weeks ago

“His mom is from Michigan, and he has three aunts and uncles who graduated from Michigan State,” Hilton Head head coach B.J. Payne said. “The first thing I showed (MSU defensive coordinator Mike Tressel) when he called me was, Cole has a Jeep and the tire cover on the back of the Jeep is a Spartan tire cover. He’s had that for two years. He grew up a Michigan State (fan), so it’s pretty awesome. In 16 years of coaching, I’ve never had a kid get their dream offer.”

Source: Detroit News

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1 month ago

Michigan State’s search to add a quarterback to its next recruiting class just expanded. Tee Webb, a 2020 three-star quarterback and Louisville commit from Cartersville High School in Georgia, announced Friday via Twitter he received an offer from the Spartans. At 6-foot-4 and 185 pounds, Webb is listed as the No. 30 pro-style quarterback and No. 699 player overall in the 2020 class by 247Sports Composite rankings.

Source: MLive.com

2 months ago

As the recruiting dead period begins, one of the questions Michigan State fans have been routinely asking is who will be the quarterback in the 2020 class?C.J. Stroud of Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) is a candidate, and based on his showing in Dallas at the Elite 11, he would be an outstanding addition for the Spartans.

Source: Detroit News

2 months ago

Of the 10 2020 quarterbacks with offers from Michigan State, seven are already committed. Michael Alaimo, a four-star prospect from New Jersey, and Chubba Purdy, a four-star recruit from Arizona, both visited Michigan State this month but are headed elsewhere. Alaimo committed to Purdue while Purdy picked Louisville.

Source: mlive.com

2 months ago

Michigan State now has 12 verbal commitments in their 2020 recruiting class. This comes after an official visit weekend where four of the visitors committed to the Spartans. Three of those commitments — linebacker Devin Hightower, cornerback Angelo Grose and defensive lineman Chris Mayfield — are from Ohio, a state head coach Mark Dantonio and his staff have recruited heavily during their tenure.

Source: Detroit News

2 months ago

The commitments came in bunches. Michigan State added eight players to its 2020 recruiting class in an 11-day span, including three on Sunday and another on Monday. The Spartans now head into the recruiting dead period, which began Monday and lasts through July 24, with 12 commitments for the 2020 class. It’s a familiar June push for the Spartans, who picked up six commitments in five days at the start of the dead period last year.

Source: mlive.com

2 months ago

A strong Spartan Sunday rolled into another Michigan State football commitment Monday. Wide receiver Ricky White from Marietta, Georgia, announced via Twitter that he plans to head to East Lansing, the Spartans’ 12th commitment for 2020 and their fourth in two days.

Source: Detroit Free Press

2 months ago

Michigan State football picked up three commitments Sunday for its 2020 recruiting class after hosting a handful of top targets for official visits over the weekend. Akron (Ohio) Archbishop Hoban linebacker Devin Hightower is the latest to commit to the Spartans, upping their total to 11 pledges. Cornerback Angelo Grose and defensive end Chris Mayfield publicly announced their commitments earlier on Sunday.

Source: Spartan Tailgate

2 months ago

Michigan State picked two more 2020 football commitment hours before Monday’s dead period begins, both 3-star players from Ohio. Angelo Grose from Mansfield, Ohio, announced his pledge Sunday afternoon. About an hour later, defensive end Chris Mayfield from Hilliard Bradley became the Spartans’ 10th prospect for 2020. Both announced their decisions via Twitter.

Source: Detroit Free Press

2 months ago

It has been a busy week of checking the boxes for Michigan State football recruiting. Kicker? Check. Defensive ends? Check. Quarterback? Well, not yet. The Spartans landed four commitments in five days for their 2020 class last week, but then lost out on two 4-star quarterback recruits who picked other schools — Michael Alaimo to Purdue and Chubby Purdy to Louisville.

Source: Detroit Free Press

2 months ago

The Spartans have added four new commitments – defensive ends Kyle King and Jeff Pietrowski, kicker Jack Olsen, and linebacker Cal Haladay – in the span of a week.
M Now they are preparing to host a talented roster of official visitors this weekend, the final weekend recruits can be on campus before the dead period starts and runs into late July.

Source: Detroit News

2 months ago

It’s been a busy stretch for Michigan State’s 2020 football recruiting class. The Spartans picked up their third commitment in four days Monday, receiving a verbal pledge from Cal Haladay, an inside linebacker from Southern Columbia High in Catawissa, Pennsylvania.

Source: Detroit News

2 months ago

Wheaton (Ill.) Warrenville South kicker Jack Olsen posted on social media on Saturday afternoon his intention to play college football for MSU. “… I would like to thank Coach (Mark) Dantonio and Coach (Shayne) Graham for putting your trust in me, I am 100% committed to Michigan State. #GoGreen,” Olsen wrote.

Source: Detroit Free Press

2 months ago

The Michigan State football staff is hard at work on the recruiting trail, and the Spartans’ efforts paid off Friday when they secured their first commitment of the summer. Kyle King, a 3-star defensive end from New Palestine (Indiana) High School, gave his verbal commitment to the Spartans, choosing MSU over Purdue, Indiana, Air Force and a host of Mid-American Conference schools.

Source: Detroit Free Press

2 months ago

The 2020 recruiting class for the Michigan State Spartans is only in the beginning stages, but it is already shaping up to be an outstanding group. One of the major commitments from the class comes from Darius Snow, a four-star safety out of Hebron High School in Texas.

Source: The Only Colors

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2 months ago

June may be a slow month for college football fans, but the programs we root for are as busy as can be with camps and recruiting. Michigan State has hosted a number of players over the weekend. Among the group are two highly ranked quarterbacks Michael Alaimo and the first-team all-name Chubba Purdy.

Source: Spartans Wire

2 months ago

Two years ago, Michigan State went into U-D Jesuit and signed running back Elijah Collins. Now the Spartans are going after linebacker Dorian Mausi, a rising senior for the Cubs. The Spartans offered on Thursday. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound Mausi won linebackers MVP at The Opening Regional in Charlotte. At that time, he had no offers from Power Five schools, but since then, Duke, Indiana and now Michigan State extended opportunities. The run of offers has a lot to do with Mausi’s physical gifts.

Source: Detroit News

3 months ago

They say good things come in threes, so Ian Stewart made a major decision Saturday. Michigan State will be his college football home. “I just felt comfortable and ready and sure right now,” Stewart said Sunday, a day after announcing his commitment via Twitter. “I just felt sure – it was my mom’s birthday and we had prom on the same day. I just felt that was a good opportunity.”

Source: Detroit Free Press

3 months ago

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