Use of the tight end in the Michigan State offense has become one reason the position has drawn players to campus since the arrival of Mark Dantonio.
Saturday, Cincinnati St. Xavier tight end Noah Davis spent the day in East Lansing leaving with an offer from the Spartans.
“It was really fun,” said Davis by text message. “The spring game was cool and a good atmosphere. I talked with Coach (Mark) Dantonio before the game and then afterwards at the team barbecue and he seems like a really genuine person.”
Dantonio was not the only person Davis left impressed meeting with at MSU.
“I also spoke with Tracey Covassin who is the program director for the undergraduate Athletic Training program,” he said. “My mom and I talked with her for a while and it’s very important to me that the school be flexible with the clinical hours that I need for that degree. They seemed like they were very willing to do that.”
Spartan Digest will check back with Davis on Sunday for more about his visit with the Spartans and thoughts on the scholarship offer he received.