MSU only has four or five scholarships left to give and they want to give them to impact players. Cadogan and Bryant are those types of players.
A big time pass rusher who also has skills as a tight end, Cadogan has visited Pittsburgh and West Virginia but the visit he took last week to Wisconsin really had an impact on him according to a report in BadgerNation.com.
Still Cadogan didn't commit and instead he will be in East Lansing for a primetime matchup against Iowa where a raucous crowd, jacked up for a game that could give them a share of the conference lead will likely make a good impression.
MSU has put a premium on getting defensive ends strong enough to hold the point of attack when matched up on an offense's strong side. With incoming sackmaster William Gholston ready to rush the passer from off the edge, Cadogen would be a solid compliment.
Bryant is one of the nation's top defensive backs, ranking 6th at the position according to Scout.com and if he committed would be one of the highest ranked recruits in the Spartans class.
At 5-foot-10, 180 pounds, he teams with fellow Glenville star Latwan Anderson - who will also be visiting for Saturday's Iowa game - to form arguably the nation's top prep duo at the position.
While Anderson is a longshot for Michigan State at this point, Bryant has consistently shown interest in the Green-and-White and some have MSU in his top three. Bryant has always said for the record that he has no favorites and is open.
If MSU could land Bryant, it would give them a deep and talented group at the corner position for the next few years.
Keep it locked on GSN to see if either of these two big-time prospects give MSU that coveted verbal commitment this weekend.