Counting down the days until he officially becomes a member of the Michigan State football program has Cincinnati (Ohio) Winton Woods four-star offensive tackle Noah Listermann excited. Especially after his official visit this past weekend.
“My visit was great as always,” said Listermann. “It went really good and I ate too much food so I’m kind of mad at myself as I had lost five pounds and got back home and went oh no.
“For me the trip was more of a mini orientation because I’ve kind of gone through the whole educational aspect. So I really had a chance to hang with the guys in my class as there were a lot of commits on their visits.”
Heading up Listermann’s visit was another native of Cincinnati in lineman Donavon Clark. Because of previous visits Listermann knows his reporting date still seems like a long way off.
“Donavon was my host and we had a great time as always,” he said. “In fact, every time I’m at Michigan State, I hate leaving. I’m already kind of tight with the offensive line and all the coaches so it kind of sucks to leave as I feel like I’m leaving my family.”
Coming back home has the future Spartan feeling like he’s living an episode out of the movie Groundhog Day.
“Honestly, I feel like I’m a drone now,” he said with a laugh. “It seems like all I do is get up and go to school, go workout and then do it all over again. I know when I leave Winton Woods that I’m going to miss my coaches and teammates, but I’m looking forward to getting to Michigan State and getting to work.”