The list of visitors for this weekend is lengthy and again impressive. Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway senior safety Montae Nicholson is the headliner and is on an official visit. South Lake (St. Clair Shores) offensive tackle Kyonta Stallworth is back again, too.
St. Thomas Aquinas (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) senior running back Madre London has his official visits lined up. He will be at Michigan State on September 27, according to Chad Simmons: London's ready to hit the road
Cincinnati Moeller has been good to MSU and 2015 defensive tackle Elijah Taylor is the next big target for the Spartans. Dave Berk writes that Taylor plans to get up for a game this fall: Taylor looking forward to Spartans visit
Columbus Walnut Ridge produced 2014 commit Robert Bowers and it has a 2015 target, too. Defensive back Anthony McKee holds seven offers and has been hearing from MSU, says Simone Scott: McKee hearing from several
Cleveland St. Edward's twins Andrew and David Dowell are on the MSU radar and will be coming up for the Spartans' game against Indiana on October 12, according to Bill Greene: David Dowell shines against Glenville
2016 Fort Wayne Bishop Luers quarterback Noah Wezensky is a name MSU fans will be familiar with -- soon, if not already. The sophomore is very much on the MSU radar. He knows his next visit to East Lansing, writes Anna Hickey: 2016 QB Wezensky primed for big season
Chicago Julian produced current MSU defensive end Demetrius Cooper and is home to a sophomore defensive end that is hearing from the Spartans, Julian Cook. Cook is hearing from a few schools, says Beth Long: Getting to know Cook