The Michigan State Spartans have lost the commitment of 2021 three-star safety, Jah’von Grigsby.
Grigsby announced last night on Twitter that he would like to “reopen” his commitment and is “open to all schools.”
MY RECRUITMENT IS 100% OPEN TO ALL SCHOOLS #GODSPLAN pic.twitter.com/QmVYAmM4kA— J3 Go Duffy (@jmg5k) November 4, 2020
Grigsby attends Scotlandville Magnet High School in Baton Rogue, Louisiana. He is ranked by the 247Sports Composite as the No. 52 safety in the country, No. 20 player in the state of Louisiana and No. 684 recruit in the 2021 class overall.
Grigsby was originally offered by the Spartans in April, and he verbally committed to Michigan State in September. Grigsby is not only considered a great talent on the field, but he is also highly praised for his character off the field as well.
This a big loss for Mel Tucker and the Spartans. With that said, in an odd recruiting year where prospects aren’t actually allowed to visit campus in an official capacity, decommitments are expected. Please respect his decision.
Grigsby is actually the third player who had originally committed to MSU’s 2021 class and then changed their mind, including fellow three-star defensive back Gabe Nealy and three-star tight end Jake Renda.
Michigan State’s 2021 class now stands at 16 players, and ranks 57th nationally, and 10th in the Big Ten, according to 247Sports.