Michigan State basketball landed the No. 3 recruiting class in the nation for 2023 and every single Spartan fan is looking forward to seeing what they can bring to the table this season.
The 2023 class kicked off last winter with the addition of five-star point guard (who was then a four-star) Jeremy Fears and then followed up by Gehrig Normand, Xavier Booker, and Coen Carr. It’s being regarded as one of the top classes that Tom Izzo has ever landed.
And he might just outdo himself in 2024.
Izzo has several top targets on the table in the 2024 class and one of them happens to be announcing his college decision on Monday, April 3.
Kur Teng has been a priority for Izzo and the Spartans for a while now and it feels like Michigan State is in a really good spot here.
About two weeks ago, an insider stated that other coaches would probably want to be in Izzo’s position when it came to Teng. Now he’s set to decide between Rutgers, MSU, and Providence.
Michigan State basketball could finally kick off its 2024 class
Teng would be the perfect first addition to the 2024 class, filling a position of need on the wing.
The four-star shooting guard is ranked the No. 37 overall recruit in the class as well as the eighth-best at his position, according to the 247Sports Composite. He could end up being a five-star before the process is over with and even a potential McDonald’s All-American.
If he does commit to MSU, he’ll pair nicely with Fears in the backcourt while being complemented by Normand and Carr on the wings. The future lineups would be scary-good.