November 27, 2013

Future top recruits to be on campus

Next week the Michigan State football team will be preparing for the Big Ten Championship while the basketball team will be hosting the North Carolina Tar Heels in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. It will be a perfect time to have many of the top recruits in the state of Michigan on campus. SpartanMag.com has some details.

On Wednesday Michigan State will have many of the top recruiting targets for next year on campus to watch the team practice as they prepare for the Big Ten Championship game against the Ohio State Buckeyes. Afterwards the recruits and families will spend some quality time with the staff prior to heading over to the Breslin Center to watch the #1 ranked Spartans basketball squad take on the Tar Heels.

Below is a list of players the Spartans are expecting to be on campus that day. Keep in mind the basketball game does not start until 9PM so some players will not be able to stay for the entire contest due to having to travel, but are still expected to be on campus for some length of time.




DE Joshua Alabi of Detroit Cass Tech High School, Michigan

Ht: 6-foot-4, Wt: 260-pounds

Status: Class of 2015 Michigan State Offer


QB Jayru Campbell of Detroit Cass tech High School, Michigan

Ht: 6-foot-4, Wt: 190-pounds

Status: Class of 2015 Michigan State Commitment


ATH Brian Cole of Saginaw Heritage High School, Michigan

Ht: 6-foot-2, Wt: 190-pounds

Status: Class of 2015 Michigan State Offer


WR Desmond Fitzpatrick of Farmington High School, Michigan

Ht: 5-foot-11, Wt: 170-pounds

Status: Class of 2016 Michigan State recruit


ATH John Kelly of Oak Park High School, Michigan

Ht: 5-foot-10, Wt: 180-pounds

Status: Class of 2015 Michigan State Offer


OL Emani Mason of Detroit Cast English High School, Michigan

Ht: 6-foot-4, Wt: 265-pounds

Status: Class of 2015 Michigan State Recruit


OT David Moorman of Northville High School in Michigan

Ht: 6-foot-6, Wt: 285-pounds

Status: Class of 2015 Michigan State Recruit


WR Donovan Peoples-Jones of Detroit Cass Tech High School, Michigan

Ht: 6-foot-1, Wt: 170-pounds

Status: Class of 2017 Michigan State Recruit


WR Kalebb Perry of Mt. Pleasant High School, Michigan

Ht: 6-foot-2, Wt: 170-pounds

Status: Class of 2016 Michigan State Recruit


LB Joshua Ross of Orchard Lake Saint Marys High School, Michigan

Ht: 6-foot-1, Wt: 190-pounds

Status: Class of 2017 Michigan State Offer


OL Kyonta Stallworth of South Lake High School, Michigan

Ht: 6-foot-4, Wt: 280-pounds

Status: Class of 2015 Michigan State Offer


RB Mike Weber of Detroit Cass Tech High School, Michigan

Ht: 5-foot-10, Wt: 205-pounds

Status: Class of 2015 Michigan State Offer




Matt Dorsey's Take:

As you can see the list of prospect includes recruit from multiple classes. Getting an early jump to the recruitment of future prospects is what Coach Curtis Blackwell was hired to do at Michigan State. The whole recruiting process has been expedited and getting in on players early is critical.
As far as potential offers or commitments, running back Mike Weber recently tweeted that he is getting close to a decision. The Spartans would love to add Weber to the class. Based on the potential numbers for the class Michigan State will only take 1 running back for 2015 and they want that player to be a game-breaking type of payer. Weber would be just that.
As far as potential offers, offensive tackle David Moorman is a player the staff is looking at very closely. The more time he spends on campus, the closer he could be to receiving an offer. Wide receiver Kalebb Perry is a player that SpartanMag.com linked film of earlier this week. Perry has a very unique skill set and he could end up being one of the top wideouts in the nation for his class.


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