Recruiting Roundup (August 30)

MSU commits are preparing for their season and others planning to visit this fall.


--Michigan State linebacker commit Chris Frey said he focused on the weight room this summer to gain speed and power. Simone Scott also writes that Frey is really excited about his commitment to the Spartans: Frey ready to play

--Spartans commitment Vayante Copeland is heading into his senior year and Dave Berk talks with the cornerback about what is next: Copeland ready for senior year

-- 2014 quarterback commitment Chris Durkin is looking to lead Youngstown Ursuline to its fourth consecutive win against rival Cardinal Mooney this season. That and more from Simone Scott: Durkin ready for the future

-- St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla) defensive tackle Anthony Moten recently decommitted from Florida. He says Michigan State will get an official visit, likely with his teammate, running back Madre London, writes Amy Campbell: Where does Moten stand?

--MSU has offered Indianapolis Decatur Central offensive tackle Lukayus McNeil, but it appears he is in no rush to make a decision, according to Dave Berk: Spartans target update Lukayus McNeil

--2015 defensive lineman Hjalte Froholdt has moved back to Denmark, but that hasn't stopped schools from offering him after his season last year at Warren Harding. Michigan State is in his top four, reports Simone Scott: One dozen for Froholdt

-- A couple of top Minnesota recruits are planning to visit Michigan State, as 2015 Cretin Derham Hall junior Jashon Cornell and Minneapolis Washburn senior running back Jeffrey Jones should be coming to EL, reports Allen Trieu: Couple recruiting tidbits


-- 2015 Saginaw Arthur Hill guard Eric Davis has an MSU offer and he knows he is a priority for the Spartans. Brian Snow reports on what he has to say about MSU, as well as other schools he is hearing from: Schools continue to track Davis

--Evan Daniels compiled a notebook with plenty of news on Michigan State targets such as Tyler Ulis, Kevon Looney, Cliff Alexander, Devin Booker and Quentin Snider. Read all he had to say here: Recruiting reports

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