Huff received a scholarship offer from the Spartans in June, and unofficially visited the East Lansing campus on the weekend of Nov. 4. The Michigan State offer was Huff’s ninth at the time, and other schools such as Iowa State, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Marshall and Appalachian State reached out with an offer.
The 6-foot-2-inch, 185-pound, Morgan County High School (Madison, Georgia) product is ranked as the No. 400 prospect in the country for the 2019 class, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. He also ranks No. 42 at his position and No. 48 in the Peach State. Rivals sees him as the No. 44 player in his state.
Mark Dantonio and the Michigan State recruiting class continues to bring in top-level talent from the state of Georgia, and are really starting to build a bit of a pipeline there. The 2018 class includes three-star offensive tackle James Ohonba (Woodland High School, Stockbridge) and three-star cornerback Christian Jackson (Lassiter High School, Marietta). The current 2017 roster has four players from Georgia.