Michigan State doesn't have any wide receivers committed for 2014, but the Spartans have their sights set on a couple recruits.
Wesley said he still is hearing from Michigan State and likes what MSU does offensively.
"They are really productive on offense and they score a lot of points," he said.
Wesley, who committed to Iowa State in July, said he liked the atmosphere in Ames.
"There's just a lot of people to be around it's a good play to be," he said.
Wesley had a big game Friday night against Tinley Park Andrew, with 164 yards on 12 catches and two touchdown grabs.
"I played pretty well," he said. "I could have played a little better to get my team the victory, but I played pretty well overall."
Harvey Thornton is 3-3 on the season and will look to win its remaining games to secure a playoff berth.