Michigan State Football: Top 3 remaining targets for 2021 recruiting class

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3. Michael Myslinski, OL, Bishop Kenny (Fla.)

Michael Myslinski is a former Texas offensive line commit and he can really ball. The 6-foot-2, 285-pound center boasts an impressive offer list that includes some prominent programs like Iowa, Oregon, Maryland, Florida State, Arkansas, Missouri and a handful of others.

The Spartans already signed four linemen, but with poor play this fall it’s no surprise its been a priority for the coaching staff.

Right now Michigan State currently leads the 247Sports Crystal Ball predictions for Myslinski, but there still is some time for a program like Iowa to make a strong signing day push. It is not clear if Myslinski will commit somewhere before the late signing day period starts or if his decision will be on the actual signing day.

Also, as programs lose players to the transfer portal and evaluate their offensive line number, a talented player like Myslinski might be on their short-list of lineman they offer, so beware of that.

Myslinski is a strong lineman who finishes his block throughout the play. He gets low and drives his man back. Chris Kapilovic would definitely benefit from a player like Myslinski.

Plus, Myslinksi’s dad is the strength and conditioning coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars so I’m sure working out and being in the weight room is something that Myslinski is very familiar with. Taking care of your body, recovery and eating right is a very important part of football and he should be an expert in that facet of the game.

Keep an eye out for Myslinski, as he has been high on the coaches’ radar and is could make a decision any time now.