Michigan State football: Bai Jobe seems to reaffirm his commitment

It’s been an interesting week for Michigan State football fans.

The Spartans have been preparing for rival Michigan all week long and no one is giving them a chance and in the midst of this, four-star running back Kedrick Reescano decommitted.

It was a tough blow to the 2023 recruiting class, especially since Reescano was one of the first commits in the class and he and Andrew Depaepe were good friends.

That led fans to question every top recruit in the class and debate about whether any would remain Spartans when it comes time to sign.

Bai Jobe calms Michigan State fans’ nerves

Bai Jobe made fans feel a little better during an Instagram Q&A.

He was asked why he chose Michigan State over other schools and he responded with “I’ve seen what MSU is building and I want to be part of it” while showing a picture of Brandon Jordan.

Any doubts about his commitment should be squashed, but there was a bit of worry when he was reportedly taking a visit to Alabama and the Tide were pushing to flip him. He’s been solid in his commitment pretty much since he made it official in the summer.

Sure, teams like Alabama and others will be interested as long as he’s killing it at the high school level and remains one of the top-100 recruits in the country. It’s up to Mel Tucker and Co. to fend off other potential suitors.

But it’s a good sign that Jobe said that he sees what MSU is building and he wants to be part of the future success. Doesn’t look like Michigan State’s top recruit is going anywhere.