3 Michigan State football official visitors on June 14 I'm most excited about

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3. Emmett Bork, 3-star TE -- Oconomowoc, Wisc. (current MSU commit)

Emmett Bork is a 6-foot-6, 240-pound tight end from Wisconsin. He has the potential to be a lethal weapon for the MSU offense in the future. Bork is a former receiver and has very natural pass-catching ability. He is too tall and big to have speed quick enough to separate by running past players, but his quickness and footwork are good enough to create separation that way. His route running is really good as well. All of these point in the direction of his potential to be a great weapon in the pass game. 

As a junior in high school, we was all conference. His 7-on-7 tape backs up the predictions on his pass catching ability. Bork also shows a great work ethic and seems to be exactly what you’d want in a Spartan prospect. 

The Spartans have focused on the tight end group quite a lot since Jonathan Smith took over. Landing tight end Jack Velling as a transfer from Oregon State was important for the now. He is one of the best offensive minded tight ends in the country. Bork has similar traits and can learn a whole lot from him. Pair that with tight ends coach Brian Wozniak being widely considered as one of the best tight ends coaches in the country, the sky is the limit for Bork.

Another recruit MSU is pushing hard for in the 2025 cycle is Jayden Savoury. His skill set is a little different and landing both he and Bork would pose a major 1-2 punch on the field for the future. This makes tight end one of the most exciting groups for the next few years for me. 

The Spartans still will have to contend with several suitors for Bork before signing day. He had official visits with Rutgers and Indiana set up before committing to MSU. His offer list was growing quickly then as well so it was big for MSU to get his commitment when they did. As of now, Bork remains fully committed to the Spartans and plans to help the staff with recruiting other players this weekend.