Last week, a report surfaced from Justin Thind about Michigan State football throwing its hat back into the race for five-star quarterback Dante Moore.
The Oregon commit has been quiet on the recruiting front and hasn’t spoken openly about the interest from the Spartans, but there’s legitimacy to this report. National experts have spoken on it and seem to believe Mel Tucker might have a shot here.
But Moore isn’t the only positive recruiting development for Michigan State lately. In fact, the Spartans followed up losing guys like Bo Edmundson and Kedrick Reescano over the past month by picking up a pledge from four-star linebacker Jayvant Brown who just visited on Saturday for the Rutgers game.
He’s the No. 367 overall recruit in the class and 29th-best linebacker reigning from Florida, according to the composite. His offer sheet is incredible with teams like Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Michigan, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Penn State, and Texas all extending offers, among others.
Recruiting is on the uptick as play on the field also improves.
Brown isn’t the only positive Michigan State football development
Landing Brown was big for the class that seemed to be shrinking by the month ever since the early part of summer when the wave of commits hit, but he’s not the only positive development for the recruiting department.
Michigan State also picked up crystal balls for three-star athlete/receiver Morgan Pearson from Oklahoma who’s part of the 2023 class as well as four-star 2024 defensive lineman Xadavien Sims who is close with Bai Jobe and could help the Spartans land five-star 2024 lineman David Stone.
Things are trending in the right direction and the panic after the decommitments seemed a little premature.
Trust the process.