Two More Commitments For 2019 Recruiting Class

Two More Commitments For 2019 Recruiting Class

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Two More Commitments For 2019 Recruiting Class

Momentum continues with 2019 recruiting class as two more targets announce their commitment to Michigan State.

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Alante Brown of Chicago’s Simeon High School and Brandon Wright from Euclid, Ohio are the two latest additions to the burgeoning 2019 recruiting class for Michigan State.

The recent announcement of 5-star offensive lineman Devontae Dobbs combined with this dual announcement gives the Spartans real momentum with this class in terms of numbers and quality.

Michigan State now has 13 verbal commitments for the 2019 class.

Chicago’s Brown plays quarterback for Simeon but is labeled as an “athlete” (ranked the #24 “athlete” in Illinois and the #94 “athlete” in the nation) while Wright is a bruising running back (ranked #54 in Ohio and #96 in the nation) and the fourth member of the 2019 recruiting class from Ohio to commit to Michigan State.

The rankings noted above are according to some recruiting ranking system that people pay attention to and, apparently, is seen as a credible ranking system that involves intricate algorithms and ratios and quantifiable measurements of psychological constitution combined with physical futures speculative analyses that all contribute to the ranking.

The system also has a complex approach to measuring the player’s ability to problem solve off the field by taking satellite photos and capturing video via drone of the player going about his life off the field.

The system pays close attention to the manner in which the player interacts with staff at convenience stores such as 7/11, ExtraMile, CircleK, and White Hen Pantry in order to have the ability to examine how the player deals with adults and how the player handles time management through transactional approach when there is a time crunch due to being late for school or other appointments.

These guys are both 3-Star recruits.

As we believe is necessary here at SpartansWire, we will once again point out the star totals of some of Michigan State’s recent players when they were being recruited –

Kirk Cousins – .24 stars.

LeVeon Bell – .31 stars.

Darqueze Dennard – 1.3 stars.

Jack Conklin – 0 stars.

Felton Davis – 2.1 stars (but, Davis received an octagon from an alternative recruiting analyst due to the quality of his hair).

Trae Waynes – .67 stars.

Hopefully, this all helps to properly give the 3-star rankings that have been assigned to Alante Brown and Brandon Wright.

Props to these future Spartans for the way in which they made their announcements on Twitter – well done with the heartfelt sentiments that are always fun to read.  But extra kudos for the way Brandon Wright chose a beauty of a shot of Spartan Stadium during one of its Beast Lansing night game atmospheres and for including an image of the Spartans about to burst out onto the field at Notre Dame on the night of a bludgeoning of the Irish in South Bend.

Alante Brown and Brandon Wright – welcome to Michigan State.

Get ready to become beasts.

Get ready to win lots and lots of games.

Get ready to be dissed by Michigan State’s rival who, for some reason, continues to think it’s “superior” and “the big boss to Michigan State” despite being drubbed consistently for more than a decade now.

And get ready to be a student at a university that has fantastic academic opportunities, has tremendous pride, has a gorgeous campus, has a fantastic overall environment and culture to enjoy, and has the world’s largest Cyclotron –

Chicago athlete, Ohio RB commit to Michigan State football

Michigan State added offense to its 2019 football recruiting class on Thursday.

Alante Brown of Chicago Simeon, and Brandon Wright, a running back from Euclid, Ohio, committed to play for the Spartans.

The decisions were revealed on Twitter.

“It has been my dream school,” Brown told Detroit News contributor Allen Trieu for a story posted at 247Sports. “I was born out there. I wasn’t raised there but I have family that I don’t get to see much there. I would see them when I would come to MSU to play basketball so I’m familiar with the area and the campus. That is my granddad’s favorite school. My dad’s favorite school is actually Michigan but he has accepted it. I have family in Detroit as well.”

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Alante Brown ⚡️@alantebrown3

THIS FOR YOU GG ❤️ I LOVE YOU…

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1kingbran@Brandon36399303

Happy to announce that I’m committed to Michigan State University!!

Brown plays quarterback at Simeon, but he told Trieu he plans to play receiver at Michigan State.

The 5-foot-10, 181-pound Brown is considered a three-star prospect, according to the 247Sports Composite. He’s ranked No. 24 overall in Illinois, and the No. 101 “athlete” in the country, according to the composite.

Wright is a 6-foot-2, 220-pound bruiser who is ranked No. 57 overall in the state of Ohio, and the No. 96 running back in the country, according to the composite. Wright, considered a three-star prospect, is the first running back in the Spartans’ 2019 class, and the fourth player from Ohio.

Brown is the third Michigan State commit classified as an athlete, joining Jordan Huff of Morgan County in Madison, Ga., and Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central’s Tate Hallock, who committed last week to Michigan State.

Michigan State’s 2019 class includes 13 verbal commits. Brown and Wright are the second and third players to commit to Michigan State’s 2019 class in four days, following five-star Belleville offensive tackle Devontae Dobbs.

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