Clark commits to Michigan State

2014 forward Marvin Clark chose the Spartans over Indiana, Kansas State and Seton Hall on Monday morning.

As expected, 2014 forward Marvin Clark committed to Michigan State on Monday morning. Clark chose the Spartans over Indiana, Seton Hall and Kansas State.

Clark, a 6-foot-7 forward, visited all four schools, most recently Indiana for the game against Nebraska earlier this month.

Clark had long been considered a Michigan State lean because his coach at Sunrise Christian Academy in Kansas is a big supporter of Spartans coach Tom Izzo and his Sunrise teammate, Lourawls Nairn, is a 2014 Michigan State signee.

Indiana remains at three signees in the 2014 class: James Blackmon Jr., Robert Johnson and Max Hoetzel. The Hoosiers are still recruiting a number of prospects in the class, including Josh Cunningham and Yante Maten, who they offered on Sunday. Top Stories