Michigan State Visitor List: Purdue

Michigan State will have many of their top junior recruits in the house on Saturday for their Big Ten clash with Purdue. Here is a preview of who will be on hand.

Two of the state's top juniors, and two of the nation's best running backs in the 2015 class will in Spartan Stadium as Detroit Cass Tech's Mike Weber and Oak Park's John Kelly will attend the game. Both have offers from MSU. Kelly, at this point, is believed to have the Spartans at the top of the list. Weber, who recently moved into Scout's national top 100, is also considering Tennessee, Michigan, and Ohio State.

Lagrange (Ohio) Keystone junior tight end C.J. Conrad is a 6-foot-5 matchup nightmare with great ball skills. He has multiple BCS offers. The Spartans have not offered yet, but it would not be surprising to see one come, possibly as soon as Saturday.

Another junior looking for an offer is Northville (Mich.) offensive tackle David Moorman. A tough, powerful 6-foot-5, 280-pound prospect, he has several MAC offers and camped with the Spartans over the summer.

Olentangy (Ohio) Liberty guard Hunter Littlejohn has also received several offers. The Spartans are not one of those schools yet, but they are showing interest in the 6-foot-4, 285-pound junior.

Several additional in-state juniors with Spartan interest will be attending the game as well. Grand Rapids Northview's powerful two-way lineman Tommy Brown (6'2, 265), East English Village Prep's edge rushing Kamahl March (6'2, 185), Mount Clemons athlete Myrick El (5'10, 170) and East Kentwood offensive lineman John Keenoy (6'3, 280), a legacy recruit, will all make their way to East Lansing.

Coming in from Pennsylvania will be West Allegheny quarterback Andrew Koester. Currently without an offer, the junior has prototypical size (6'4, 195). His teammate, linebacker Armand Dellovade will also make the trip. Fellow Pennsylvania quarterback Brice Chrstine is also expected.

Several potentially big time younger prospects will also visit. Orchard Lake (Mich.) St. Mary's sophomore Daelin Hayes is a long 6-foot-2, 200-pound kid who could project to running back or linebacker in college. Troy (Mich.) Athens sophomore linebacker Curtis Hemingway is coming up, as is East English Village Prep (Mich.) freshman offensive lineman Emani Mason, who has the makings of a future big time recruit.

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