After missing out on four-star linebacker Dylan Williams earlier in the evening, Michigan State football made up for it by picking up one of the best receivers in the 2024 class.
Nick Marsh re-committed to the Spartans on Friday night.
Earlier this spring, the four-star receiver from River Rouge was committed to Michigan State but found himself wanting to explore his options. He decided to reopen his recruitment while still keeping the Spartans high on his list. He checked out Penn State, Pitt, and Kansas but in the end, it was Michigan State that made the biggest impression on him.
The “family” atmosphere that he experienced on his official visit was evident with videos of him and his grandma dancing toward the end zone surfacing. It just felt and looked right.
It’s rare, but Mel Tucker was able to pull off a re-commitment. And this one is one of the biggest possible as Marsh is the No. 100 prospect in the nation.
Marsh fits the Michigan State football mold
Family is one thing that gets brought up a lot when recruits talk about Michigan State. Marsh is no exception. He said that he’s felt consistent love from the Spartans and the coaching staff did a great job of prioritizing him.
Loyalty paid off for both sides in the end.
Marsh was always on top of Michigan State’s recruiting board and the Spartans always held a special place in his heart. In the end, it was the reunion that needed to happen.
While he’s a great kid, he’s also a great football player who could wind up being the next great Spartan receiver, learning from another one in Courtney Hawkins.
Fans should be pumped to have Marsh re-joining the class.