It’s a huge day for the Michigan State Spartans in recruiting (in both football and basketball) as 2020 four-star safety Darius Snow announced his commitment to MSU.
Snow, who plays his high school ball at Hebron in Carrollton, Texas, is the son of former Michigan State basketball standout point guard Eric Snow. The elder snow played for Jud Heathcote in the 1990s.
Darius Snow is listed at the No. 20 safety in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite. He is also the No. 31 player in the state of Texas, and the No. 234 player nationally, regardless of position.
The younger Snow had an eye-popping offers list. Clemson, Alabama, Notre Dame, Georgia, Michigan, LSU, Oklahoma, Florida State, Texas, Stanford and several other perennial power house programs. But, lucky for us, he decided to continue the Snow legacy and become a Spartan.
Mark Dantonio and Michigan State are already off to a hot start with the 2020 recruiting class. Snow joins three-star offensive guard Dallas Fincher and three-star tight end Tommy Guajardo.
Snow is a big hitter, good in coverage and seems to have high football IQ. Check out his highlights here:
Earlier today, Michigan State basketball also had big news, as highly touted four-star combo guard Rocket Watts officially signed his letter of intent.