Big visit day set for Saturday at MSU

Michigan State expected to host a lot of talent for the "Spartan Elite Day" as it kicks off bowl practice season Saturday.

It has been a busy week for Michigan State out on the road recruiting.

That week will continue Saturday as Michigan State is kicking off bowl season with a practice and plenty of recruits will be on hand.

The day -- called "Spartan Elite Day" -- has brought in commits, players with offers and younger prospects on the radar.

Perhaps the most notable visitor is Trotwood-Madison (Ohio) junior quarterback Messiah deWeaver, a player who committed to Michigan over the summer, but has been rumored to be looking around. A source indicated to SpartanDigest in October that deWeaver was expected to start opening things up in December and if that was the case, Michigan State would be looking into him. It would not be a surprise to see deWeaver leave with an offer this weekend.

Michigan State went with three coaches to visit Alpharetta (Ga.) Milton linebacker Quart'e Sapp earlier this week and it is possible he could make an official visit this weekend.

In-state offerees in 2016 Detroit King wide receiver Donnie Corley and Canton Plymouth offensive lineman Michael Jordan are expected to be on campus as well. Commits from Detroit King in offensive lineman Kyonta Stallworth and linebacker Tyriq Thompson are expected to be on campus as well.

For more names of expected visitors, check out the list in our premium forum.

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