Michigan State basketball may not quite be done with its 2024 class despite landing Kur Teng, Jase Richardson, and Jesse McCulloch which is good enough for the No. 12 group in the nation.
Tom Izzo has teased the fact that the Spartans may not be done yet.
And on Thursday, a hint was dropped at another potential addition to Michigan State's 2024 class in the form of five-star small forward Bryson Tucker.
In fact, Tucker released his top three and Michigan State made the cut along with Kansas and G-League Ignite.
Every Michigan State fan in existence collectively groaned at the fact that Kansas is also in the final three and the G-League's inclusion also can't make anyone feel good. Izzo has lost his fair share of recruiting battles to Kansas and Bill Self and he also lost some notable players to the professional route (the one that comes to mind is Karim Mane).
If Michigan State is going to win this recruitment, it will likely need to get Tucker back to campus at least one more time before he makes a decision. He could be a game-changing addition to the 2024-25 roster to it only makes sense that Izzo puts on the full-court press.
Tucker is ranked the No. 19 overall recruit and seventh-best small forward in the 2024 class, according to the 247Sports Composite. He would be a huge addition to a roster with guys like Coen Carr, Xavier Booker, Jeremy Fears, Teng, Richardson, Gehrig Normand, Jaxon Kohler, Carson Cooper, and Tre Holloman.
He would be the perfect missing piece to a potential national title puzzle.