Landing four-star offensive lineman Clay Wedin could help Michigan State football land elite four-star 2024 running back Anthony Carrie.
Michigan State football landed its fifth commitment to start official visit season this past week in the form of four-star offensive lineman Clay Wedin from Florida.
Wedin just took a visit to East Lansing over the weekend of June 10 and apparently loved what he saw, committing to Mel Tucker and Co. just days later. This followed the commitments of Jordan Hall and Jaylon Braxton, two more four-stars who committed during and after their visits, respectively.
All three pledges from the June 10 visits were important and could help set off a domino effect, but Wedin’s might actually affect the 2024 class.
Wedin’s teammate at Carrollwood Day in Tampa, Fla., is also a top target for the Spartans and tweeted this right after the four-star offensive line verbally committed to Michigan State.
CDS is obviously an abbreviate for Carrollwood Day and it seems as if he’s open to the idea of joining his teammate who has opened some holes for him at the high school level. This Wedin commitment is only going to help the Spartans’ chances here.
Carrie is one of the most sought-after recruits in the entire 2024 class, holding a whopping 36 offers from the likes of Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Penn State, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, USC, Utah, and Wisconsin. His offer sheet is incredible. He’s also the No. 88 overall recruit and fourth-best running back in the class, per the composite.
Tucker needs to use this Wedin pledge to his advantage and reel in a big fish in the form of Carrie.