Michigan State football landed its first receiver in the 2023 class in the form of four-star Demitrius Bell from Tennessee.
It’s been three days since a huge official visit weekend concluded and, well, Tuck Comin’.
Just two days after landing four-star cornerback Chance Rucker from Denton, Texas, Michigan State football picked up another four-star commitment in the form of wideout Demitrius Bell.
Bell becomes the eighth pledge in the 2023 class for Michigan State and the fifth four-star, joining Rucker, Andrew Depaepe, Brennan Parachek, and Kedrick Reescano. He’s also the sixth composite top-500 commit for the Spartans.
Before his visit to Michigan State over the weekend, Bell was unranked on the composite, but earned his fourth star this week, ranking as the No. 333 overall prospect and No. 23 athlete.
He was recruited by Mel Tucker as a receiver and the Spartans are likely to only take a couple in this class. He’s one of the more electric wideouts on the board.
The Tennessee native is blazing fast and he’s a threat to take a screen or a short slant to the house every time he touches the ball. He’s going to be really fun to watch in the green and white.
This is now the second commitment for the Spartans this week after the initial official visit weekend of the offseason and he’s already the second-highest rated commit in MSU’s 2023 class.
Michigan State is hosting another slew of top targets this weekend and I expect more commitments to come in the near future as the staff is just killing it on the recruiting trail.