Recruiting takes center stage over the summer and since we are still a little over two months away from the start of the regular season, Michigan State football fans will have to settle for following some tidbits on the trail.
Some of those tidbits include 2025 class prospects.
While the 2024 class is the main priority right now, especially with just five commitments near the end of June, Mel Tucker still has his sights set on 2025 and ways to improve the roster.
One of those players who could instantly upgrade the roster in the 2025 class is four-star cornerback Tarrion Grant from Tennessee.
On Tuesday, he released a list of his top schools and Michigan State made the cut.
According to Grant, his top schools are Michigan State, Michigan, Purdue, Arkansas, Miami, LSU, Louisville, Tennessee, Nebraska, and Virginia Tech. That’s quite a loaded list and that just means Tucker has his work cut out for him if he wants to land the talented cornerback.
Grant has ties to Michigan State football
Ryan O’Bleness of Spartans Illustrated spoke to Grant who happens to be close with fellow Tennessee four-star cornerback prospect Jaylen Thomspon, an MSU commit.
You can read the article above if you have a subscription, but the two are close and that could play a factor in this recruitment. Thompson has to be working on Grant to join him in the green and white and help restore the ‘No Fly Zone’ in East Lansing.
Grant is ranked the No. 133 overall recruit in the class, according to the composite.