The Michigan State Spartans picked up yet another preferred walk-on in the 2022 class on Thursday, as offensive tackle recruit Andy Hartman announced his commitment.
Spartan dawg for life #Committed pic.twitter.com/7yK3qP5dXP— Andy Hartman (@andy_hartman3) December 9, 2021
Hartman is the latest in a string of preferred walk-on commitments for the Spartans. He joins punter Ryan Eckley, offensive tackle Devin Runnels and offensive tackle Jake Merritt as the latest PWO commits for MSU.
According to 247Sports, Hartman is 6-foot-6 and weighs in at 255 pounds. He’s also listed as a two-star recruit on the recruiting website, and is ranked as the 234th offensive tackle recruit and the 84th player in the state of Michigan. Hartman also has scholarship offers from Bowling Green and Eastern Michigan, among others.
Hartman took a visit with the Spartans during the weekend of Michigan State’s game against Penn State on senior day, according to his Twitter.
I had an amazing visit back at Michigan state @MSU_Football big thank you to @JarrodJames51 and @CoachCKap for having me! Go green✅!!! @Coach_mtucker @GrandBlancFB @The_RealJax @dhh7204 @Digdeep810 pic.twitter.com/QB26MgQIRF— Andy Hartman (@andy_hartman3) November 28, 2021
The Spartans’ 2022 recruiting class sits at 17th in the country according to 247Sports, as well as fourth in the Big Ten Conference, a massive step up from last year’s class, which ranked 46th in the country and 10th in the Big Ten.