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Michigan State football close to landing its 2024 class QB?

The Spartans may have found their guy.



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Michigan State football is closing in on its quarterback for the 2024 class as Henry Hasselbeck is trending.

As Michigan State football looks to fill out its 2024 recruiting class, there’s a notable name that’s joined the mix.

Henry Hasselbeck, a three-star quarterback from Xaverian Brothers High School in Westwood, Mass., has recently received multiple crystal ball predictions to land with the Spartans.

If that name sounds familiar to you, it should. Henry is the son of former NFL quarterback, Matt Hasselbeck. Henry already took an official visit to East Lansing this summer but recently made an unofficial trip as well. This time, he brought his mom along.

Hasselbeck was recently committed to Maryland to play lacrosse but appears set to shift his focus to football. Michigan State offensive coordinator Jay Johnson has yet to add a quarterback for the 2024 class but it appears he could’ve found his guy.

Michigan State is no stranger to having sons of former All-Pro NFL players on their roster. The Spartans currently have Antonio Gates Jr., son of Antonio Gates, on their roster as well. Being the son of a former pro, Hasselbeck will certainly be receiving a lot of input in his decision making process.

Below you can see the highlights from Hasselbeck’s junior season:

The Spartans currently only have five players committed to the 2024 class but it appears that could be changing quickly. Michigan State is hosting its final official visit day in East Lansing this upcoming weekend. The hope will be that many others join Hasselbeck in the trajectory of MSU.

The Michigan State quarterback room is one of the largest remaining question marks for the team. With the departure of Payton Thorne, the team will be deciding between Noah Kim or Katin Houser to start this season. The Spartans also added 2023 prospect Sam Leavitt to the room as well. Leavitt has ranked as the No. 1 prospect in the state of Oregon and a top-100 prospect nationally by On3.

Hasselbeck could potentially be a diamond in the rough type player thats largely flying under the radar. He currently also holds offers from 17 schools including Pitt, Arizona, Boston College, and more.