New RB On The Radar Of Michigan State

While Michigan State hosts a critical recruiting weekend, they are still scouring the country in search of uncommitted talent who could possibly impact the 2010 recruiting class. GSN has uncovered a player who recently popped up on MSU's radar and is holding off on his official visits to see if he gets a State offer. Who is it? GET INside to find out!

Michigan State is taking a long hard look at Ferdinanda Beach running back Tahj Kimble trying to make the difficult decision whether or not to offer him a scholarship.

Kimble first gained notice at the Bobby Bowden camp and Seminole Showtime back in July as he prepared for his senior season.

Florida State never did offer the 5-foot-11, 200-pound scat back, but that didn't stop others from coming on late in the recruiting game.

As late as November, Kimble did not have even one offer, but that changed in December when Boston College, Purdue, Indiana, Iowa State, Tulane and Florida Atlantic all game through with tenders.

Kimble took a visit to Purdue and is scheduled to take another BC next week and they appeared to be his leaders, but that was before two heavyweight, Michigan State and Penn State entered the fray.

The senior rushed for 1,211 yards on 146 carries for 15 TDs, he also caught 34 balls for 441 yards

"Penn State's waiting to see what this five-star running back does before they offer me," Kimble told the Jacksonville Times-Union. "Michigan State just took back my senior tape."

So where does he stand then with his decision making process?

"I want to see what Penn State and Michigan State decide before I schedule any more visits," he said. "I'm going to leave a weekend available for now."

GSN will keep an eye on the developments surrounding Kimble, in the meantime, watch his highlight tape below courtesy of YouTube.

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