As expected, after the extended dead period in recruiting came to an end, Mel Tucker and the Michigan State Spartans have received a flurry of commitment activity throughout the month of June.
The latest prospect to give his verbal pledge to the Spartans is Jaron Glover, a three-star wide receiver in the 2022 class out of Riverview High School in Sarasota, Florida.
With Glover’s decision, the Spartans have now received nine total verbal commitments in the 2022 class, and four commitments in the month of June thus far, including three in the past five days. Three-star tight end Michael Masunas committed on Saturday, while three-star offensive tackle Braden Miller committed on Wednesday. Meanwhile, three-star linebacker/safety Quavian Carter announced his decision on June 12.
Glover took his official visit to Michigan State this weekend and must have liked what he saw in East Lansing and heard from Tucker and wide receivers coach Courtney Hawkins. He is the second wide receiver to join the class, along with Tyrell Henry out of Roseville, Michigan.
While he does not yet rank in the 247Sports Composite rankings, 247Sports’ own ratings have Glover as a three-star prospect with a grade of 86.0. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound wide out ranks as the No. 109 wide receiver in the 2022 class, and the No. 98 player in the talent-rich state of Florida. Update: Following his commitment, Glover now ranks as a three-star prospect in the Composite rankings as well, and the No. 987 prospect overall nationally.
Glover received additional offers from Indiana, Maryland, Tennessee, Syracuse, West Virginia, Wake Forest, South Florida, Coastal Carolina and several other schools.
Michigan State’s 2022 class currently ranks No. 25 nationally, according to 247Sports.