Michigan State Recruiting: Top 2017 football targets to watch

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Jan 1, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Michigan State Spartans linebacker T.J. Harrell (31) reacts after the game against the Baylor Bears in the 2015 Cotton Bowl Classic at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Four-star athlete Jamyest Williams is an absolute stud. Michigan State has been recruiting the young cornerback/receiver pretty strongly over the past couple of months and he even took a visit to East Lansing in early June after the Sound Mind Sound Body Camp.

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Williams is a hard-nosed cornerback who has a knack for finding the ball and making a play. He’s not afraid to step up and make a big hit when need be and he would fit right in with Michigan State’s secondary, also known as the ‘No Fly Zone.’

Recently, the four-star from Georgia named the Spartans as the No. 8 team in his top 10 and he even stated that there was still plenty of time from now until his commitment in which teams could move up or down his list.

Michigan State loves guys who can play both sides of the ball and Williams can do just that.

Don’t forget, the Spartans have had pretty good luck with kids who have chosen them from the state of Georgia as both Darqueze Dennard and Keith Mumphery were underrated recruits who have made the NFL.

Imagine what Dantonio and his staff could do with a four-star highly-touted recruit from the state.

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