Nate Klatt Commits To Michigan State

Michigan State has received another high profile verbal commitment, this time from Canal Fulton (OH) Northwest star offensive lineman Nate Klatt according to published reports.

EAST LANSING - Michigan State has received another high profile verbal commitment, this time from Canal Fulton (OH) Northwest star offensive lineman Nate Klatt according to published reports.

Klatt, 6-foot-5, 280-pounds joins Micajah Reynolds and Blake Treadwell as members of a future Michigan State offensive line that features players who are big and physical.

In a recent story on Scout.com, Klatt told BuckeyeSports.com's Bill Greene "I wasn't real happy about how I played early in (his junior season) because I felt my technique wasn't where I needed to be."

"Then I felt in week's two and three I started playing the way I should. Then I broke a bone in my ankle and wasn't able to practice at all. I never missed a game, but not being able to practice hurt my technique. Late in the year, when I was able to start practicing again, I felt I started playing really well again. The middle of the season I was basically playing on one leg. In the playoffs I feel I played really well and it was the first time I played without any pain."

Despite the spate of injuries, Klatt was being recruited by a number of Midwestern schools inclusing Notre Dame, Boston College, Pitt, Purdue, Indiana, Louisville and to a lesser extent Ohio State.

Klatt's head coach, Vic Whiting is quoted by the Massillon (OH) Independent newspaper as stating of his star offensive line prospect, "He's got a great opportunity in front of him to become a starter his second year there. They have a junior starter right now and then he'll move right in and play."

"It's a good thing for him, he likes the program and of course coach (Mark) Dantonio is there and he runs a great program. He's got a chance to win a lot of games, be coached well and have a great experience. They've been on him for a long time."

GSN congratulates Klatt on his commitment and welcomes him to the Michigan State family.

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