4 months ago

Michigan State has reached beyond the Midwest to add another offensive lineman to its 2022 recruiting class. Offensive tackle Braden Miller of Eaglecrest (Colo.) announced on Wednesday his commitment to the Spartans. The 6-foot-7, 290-pound senior was among the first batch of recruits to take an official visit to MSU the weekend of June 4. He picked the Spartans over offers from Stanford, Miami, Kansas State, Michigan, Tennessee, Colorado, and others.

Source: Spartan Tailgate

4 months ago

Michigan State added to their 2022 class on Saturday when 3-star linebacker/safety prospect Quavian Carter announced his commitment to the Spartans. With the addition of Carter, Michigan State experienced a slight bump up the team ranking boards from the major recruiting services. Here is a breakdown of where 247Sports, ESPN and Rivals has Michigan State’s 2022 class currently ranked:

Source: Spartans Wire

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4 months ago

It’s pretty clear Tucker is trying to make Georgia and SEC country a priority. In fact, as Colton Pouncy brought to light on Twitter, half of Michigan State’s six commitments in the 2022 class are from the state of Georgia. Carter joins three-star safety Malik Spencer and three-star offensive lineman Kristian Phillips as the other Georgia natives in MSU’s class.

Source: Spartan Avenue

4 months ago

Michigan State added its sixth commitment, and second safety, of its 2022 football recruiting class, with a verbal commitment Saturday from Quavian Carter.The 6-foot-4, 200-pound Carter of Leesburg (Georgia) Lee County revealed his commitment via Instagram. He is on an official visit to Michigan State this weekend.

Source: Detroit News

5 months ago

In episode 36 of MLive’s Spartan Confidential podcast, reporters Brandon Champion, Kyle Austin, and Matt Wenzel return from a break to discuss the long-awaited end of the NCAA’s recruiting dead period and its impact on Mel Tucker and Tom Izzo. Also, does Mike Krzyzewski’s retirement announcement speed up Izzo’s timeline?

5 months ago

For the first time in more than 15 months since taking over the Spartans, Tucker was on the road recruiting at a camp on Thursday in Big Rapids. “It feels great to be back out, being around the players, being around the high school coaches, some of the other college coaches,” Tucker said. “We haven’t had this in a long time, so this is a great feeling, great camaraderie and really great energy and enthusiasm.”

Source: mlive.com

5 months ago

June 1. The start of some normalcy, when it comes to college football recruiting. The end of a dead period, that started back on March 12, 2020.The real start of what Michigan State fans can expect from the Mel Tucker-led Spartans on the recruiting trail. Since arriving in February 2020 the staff had about a week total where they could host prospects.

Source: Spartan Tailgate

5 months ago

Mel Tucker is building his second recruiting class since taking over at Michigan State. Tucker and his staff have five commitments from 2022 prospects. Although it has been more than two months since the Spartans landed a verbal pledge, the timing is notable.

Source: mlive.com

6 months ago

Broscious is listed as the No. 13 player in Arizona and No. 43 guard overall in the 2022 class by 247Sports Composite rankings. He helped Desert Edge to an 8-1 record last season and was named first-team all-state. “As a player, I go into a game feeling like I’m the only one that could win the game for my team but then play as a team,” he said. “I feel like I need to be the meanest person out there. I need to have no remorse for anybody on the other team.”

Source: mlive.com

6 months ago

Ashton Lepo plans on being at Michigan State’s spring game on Saturday afternoon. From his seat in Spartan Stadium, the 2022 three-star offensive tackle and Michigan State commit from Grand Haven High School will see his future coaches in person for the first time. However, due to the ongoing recruiting dead period, Lepo will still not be allowed to meet with them face-to-face.

Source: mlive.com

6 months ago

Mel Tucker has brought a new enthusiasm and excitement to Michigan State’s football recruiting. Tucker is known as an ace recruiter and he is bringing that intensity to East Lansing.

Source: Spartans Wire

7 months ago

Michigan State has five players committed to its 2022 recruiting class. Three of them are offensive linemen. There’s still more than eight months to go until the early signing period but there’s been a clear focus so far.

Source: MLive.com

7 months ago

Mel Tucker can’t wait to get back to recruiting. Sure, the Michigan State coach and his staff have never stopped seeking players from the time they arrived late last February, through their first season, and into this spring. But it’s been different. Instead of hitting the road and getting players on campus, everything has been done by computer.

Source: Detroit News

7 months ago

Michigan State’s 2022 class just got its start on the defensive side of the ball in a big way with three-star safety Malik Spencer out of Buford, Georgia. Spencer has also played linebacker at Buford High School. The 6-foot, 170-pound product is rated as a three-star on the 247Sports Composite and is listed as the No. 33 safety prospect in the country as well.

Source: The Only Colors

8 months ago

Michigan State coaches have landed a commitment from linebacker Samih Beydoun as a preferred walk-on. The former Detroit Catholic Central star was originally in the 2020 class but spent a year at prep school. “I went to Army prep and then decided to enter the portal. I have full eligibility and the ability to be redshirted still.”

Source: Spartan Tailgate

8 months ago

Michigan State’s 2022 recruiting class is three deep at the moment with Georgia offensive lineman Kristian Phillips, Arizona offensive lineman Gavin Broscious and in-state wide receiver Tyrell Henry all on board. Let’s take a look at the other class of 2022 recruits who currently have at least one Crystal Ball prediction favoring the Spartans.

Source: Spartan Tailgate

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9 months ago

Signing day offered a pair of surprises for Michigan State football. The downside? Losing four-star Oak Park defensive tackle Rayshaun Benny to rival Michigan in a last-minute flip. The upside? Landing three-star wide receiver Keon Coleman, a gifted athlete who plans to play for both Mel Tucker in football and Tom Izzo’s basketball team.

Source: Detroit Free Press

9 months ago

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9 months ago

Keon Coleman is heading to Michigan State football. Coleman, a 2021 three-star wide receiver from Opelousas (La.) Catholic, plans to play football and basketball in college. He picked MSU over 40 other offers, including Kansas, Auburn, Ole Miss, Penn State, Auburn, and Arizona. The plan is for Coleman to be on scholarship for Mel Tucker’s team and walk on to Tom Izzo’s team.

Source: MDetroit Free Press

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