Michigan State football is trending for top CB transfer from Indiana

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Following Michigan State football on the recruiting trail is getting extremely difficult because the staff has been getting multiple commits every day for the last few days. But I'd much rather have that happen than have no commitments to talk about at all.

Michigan State earned a commitment from a defensive tackle transfer on Wednesday already and received a few crystal balls for a talented high school recruit, but even more good news came out regarding one of the top transfer targets from the Big Ten.

Kobee Minor is a transfer corner from Indiana. He spent his first two seasons at Texas Tech where he was a solid player, but this past season at Indiana saw him take a big step forward. Minor was named to the All-Big Ten honorable mention team both by the coaches and media, showing that he not only was one of the best corners in the conference last season but is set to have a massive season this year.

Thankfully for Michigan State, it's looking like that might be in East Lansing.

Minor was on a visit to East Lansing this week, and it appears that Jonathan Smith may already have him locked down as a Spartan. Wednesday night, MSU received three crystal ball predictions on 247Sports to pick up a commitment from Minor. This news came out of nowhere as we didn't even know Michigan State was targeting Minor until late Tuesday night. But Smith clearly loves to make his moves in the dark, which I am a fan of.

According to Matt Zenitz of 247Sports, Minor already took a visit to Mississippi State and even received interest from Alabama this cycle. That doesn't appear to matter to Minor anymore as it may just be a matter of time until he officially becomes a Spartan.

This potentially is one of the hottest recruiting stretches a Michigan State coach has ever been on, and it doesn't look like it's going to be stopping anytime soon. Jonathan Smith has arrived, and he isn't going anywhere.