Michigan State is headed to the college football playoffs in January, but recruiting is also still on the minds of the Spartan coaching staff.
They have continued to pursue George Hill this year, even prior to his decommitment from Ohio State. Hill had taken two earlier unofficials to Michigan State this fall, and a week ago he took an official to East Lansing.
"Everything went great when I went for my official to Michigan State, and it was different because I stayed for two days," Hill stated. "It was a lot better than just going over to watch a game and then coming home."
"I got to hang out with the players, and everyone is like a family there," he added. "I would say the visit raised Michigan State for me, and I loved seeing the campus. Everything was really great the whole weekend."
Even though Hill still has visits remaining, he admitted Michigan State would be the leader right now, but Wisconsin is a close second.
"I could see myself playing at both Michigan State and Wisconsin, but I would say Michigan State is a little bit in front as my leader," he explained. "Michigan State did not pressure me to commit, and they know I want to take more visits."
"I want to take all my visits, and I'm going to PIttsburgh this weekend," Hill said. "I also want to get to Nebraska in January, but I'm not sure about my fifth visit. I would like to commit in January."