The Michigan State Spartans have hit double-digits in the 2019 recruiting class, as three-star offensive tackle Damon Kaylor has committed to the green and white.
Kaylor is a massive tackle, standing at 6-feet-6-inches tall and weighing 315 pounds. He hails from Huntington, Indiana and plays for Huntington North High School. He is the third offensive lineman to join the 2019 class, with offensive tackle Spencer Brown and offensive guard Nick Samac having already committed. Kaylor is also the first player in the class from the Hoosier state to commit to MSU.
The 247Sports composite lists Kaylor as the No. 108 offensive tackle in the nation, and the No. 21 player overall in Indiana. His national rank is 1,292, and his overall rating from the recruiting website is 0.8327.
The Spartans offered Kaylor on May 10, and he was in attendance for the spring game in April. Kaylor held other offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Indiana, Vanderbilt, Virginia and several MAC schools.
Michigan State’s recruiting class now ranks No. 19 in the country, and No. 4 in the Big Ten.
Additionally, Kaylor is also a member of the track and field team for Huntington North. He competes in the shot put and discus events.
The Only Colors community member Verbsosedutch had some thoughts on Kaylor as well. Check it out here.
Don’t forgot to watch Kaylor’s highlight tape below. You’re going to like what you see: