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Michigan State football: Nick Marsh cancels Colorado visit

Could Jonathan Smith already be making his mark?



Nick Marsh

Top Michigan State football commit Nick Marsh has canceled his upcoming visit to Colorado which could be huge.

The past year of Michigan State football has been quite the roller coaster. The recruitment of in-state, four-star wide receiver Nick Marsh has perfectly encapsulated the experience. Marsh initially verbally committed to Michigan State in July of 2022. He would eventually go on to decommit on March 7, 2023.

The River Rogue standout took time to explore options including the likes of Penn State. After talking to other programs but giving Michigan State his last official visit, Marsh recommitted to the Spartans in July 2023.

It seemed like all was well as the 2024 class for Michigan State started to come into shape. Unfortunately, the departure of Mel Tucker from the program opened the door for a wide range of uncertainty. Both current players and future commits had to evaluate whether or not their future was still in East Lansing. Marsh announced on social media earlier this year, that he scheduled a visit with Colorado and Deion Sanders.

Michigan State has already lost most of its commits from the 2024 class. It’s understandable that fans would also be nervous about losing Marsh, especially after a visit with someone as alluring as Sanders.

Well, Michigan State fans can breathe a temporary sigh of relief. On3 is reporting that Marsh has canceled his visit to Colorado.

On one hand, the skeptical fan could look at this situation and think it’s primarily due to Colorado underperforming this year and not looking as impressive as they did earlier this season. On the other, it’s been reported that new Michigan State head coach Jonathan Smith is heading to River Rogue this Friday to spend one one-on-one time with Marsh to get to know him and try to maintain his commitment to the Spartans.

It remains to be seen whether or not Marsh stays with Michigan State but this certainly is a positive sign for the program. If Smith is able to retain Marsh, the hope will be that he can also bring back a few other recruits from the class who have pulled their commitments.

It’s going to take time for Smith to build a full class for his first year at Michigan State, but starting at the top of the list is the best place to start.


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