Latest Update On Top 2017 Michigan Recruit
MSU Cracks Top Two Of 2016 OLB Daelin Hayes
We know the story of Hayes' limited but eventful high school career, beginning with him transferring from Orchard Lake St. Mary's to Ventura St. Bonaventure in California before his junior year, shortly after he verbally committed to Southern Cal.
When his senior season was cut short due to a shoulder injury at Ann Arbor Skyline, Hayes decommitted from the Trojans in the wake of the Steve Sarkisian firing.
Hayes, the four-star outside linebacker, began to focus on the midwest with his recruitment process, specifically Michigan State, Notre Dame and Ohio State. However, being that the Buckeyes did not schedule a visit to Hayes' home in Ann Arbor leaves only the Spartans and Irish in pursuit of the senior recruit.
MSU head coach Mark Dantonio had his visit with Hayes on Monday morning, with Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly arriving that night, according to Steve Wiltfong of 247Sports.
Tweets, Tweets and More Tweets
The feeling of watching your future team win the Big Ten championship is something that only the 18 commits from the upcoming 2016 class will appreciate.
Spartan Tailgate's Mike Wilson posted the reactions from a select group of the commits, highlighted by four-stars Josh King and Cameron Chambers.
GO GREEN!!!✅✳️ #BigTenChampions
— Toogie™ (@Toogie_2) December 6, 2015
— Cameron Chambers (@CamChambers21) December 6, 2015