GSN has uncovered four more potential visitors who's names are on the list and there is a ton of super-talented players who will arrive in East Lansing Friday.
In addition to several recruits who have already given their verbal commitment to the Spartans, Michigan State will host the following: Bruce Gaston, OL, Chicago (IL) St. Rita, Eric Franklin, OL Youngstown (OH) Cardinal Mooney, Jerome Davis, DT, Buford, GA, Alex Lewis, T, Phoenix (AZ) Mountain Pointe, Jibreel Black, DT, Wyoming, OH, Mike Dorsey, S, and Davion Rogers, OLB, Warren (OH) Harding.
In addition three new names are also on the radar, Darqueeze Dennard, a super quick all-state receiver from Jeffersonville (GA) Twiggs County, who set the south on fire with his electric moves and take it to the house speed.
Roney Lozano, a defensive tackle from, Hialeah (FL) got a home visit from Michigan State who is impressed with his quickness for a young man who stands at 6-foot-2, 253-pounds and runs a 5.1-40.
Kenneth Kirksey, a 6-foot-1, 290-pound super active defensive tackle from Daytona Beach (FL) Mainland who recorded over 101 tackles this season. He is known to favor Florida State slightly over both Michigan State and Iowa State - but the Spartans have him in this weekend - and perhaps Corey Cooper, more in a minute on him.
MSU may have freed up as many as four more scholarships to go with the three or four it had remaining when four suspended players elected to transfer.
The Spartans may add a few more last-minute visitors including the four-star safety Cooper of Maywood Proviso (IL) East. Cooper told GSN he was attempting to work things out so his parent could accompany him on what would be his last official visit.
Michigan State would love to finish out there recruiting class by getting six or seven verbals from this stellar group of players, but that is not likely. Still, there is so much talent with this group that even with only one or two commitments, MSU would be ecstatic.