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Michigan State football official visit tracker for 2024 class

Some big names will be on campus this summer.



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Consider this your official tracker for the Michigan State football official visits this summer for the 2024 class.

Official visit season is officially here. This coming weekend kicks off the official visit schedule for Michigan State football as well as the rest of the nation. Top targets from all over have scheduled official visits to East Lansing for the coming weeks and it may be hard to keep track of everyone, but we have you covered.

Michigan State fans are excited to see which top targets will be on campus in June and, unlike last cycle, most of these prospects are attainable.

While the five-stars aren’t flocking to East Lansing like they were last June, Mel Tucker and Co. have solidified visits from some really impressive recruits who could be wearing green and white in 2024.

Here’s your official visit tracker for the month of June.

Note: The official visit dates are according to 247Sports.

June 2

  • Rydarrius Morgan, 3-star S (officially visiting June 1)
  • Brauntae Johnson, 4-star ATH
  • Dylan Williams, 4-star LB
  • Xadavien Sims, 4-star DL (Oregon commit; rumor has it he may cancel all officials)
  • Jordan Ross, 4-star WR
  • Kwazi Gilmer, 4-star WR
  • Marcellus Barnes Jr., 4-star CB
  • Kahnen Daniels, 4-star RB (Florida commit)
  • Eric Karner, 3-star TE
  • Justin Denson, Unranked S (he will undoubtedly be ranked soon)

June 9

  • Caden Durham, 4-star RB
  • Nathan Roy, 4-star OT
  • Kamar Mothudi, 4-star LB
  • Andrew Dennis, 3-star IOL (MSU commit)
  • Reggie Powers, 3-star S
  • Syair Torrence, 3-star WR
  • Javarius Green, 3-star WR
  • Camren Campbell, Unranked ATH

June 16

June 23

Overall, not a bad list of official visitors for the month of June and it’s likely to grow over the coming weeks as recruits are still finalizing trips.

Writer, co-owner of Spartan Shadows. Michigan State and college football expert at FanSided and formerly of The Detroit News. Expert on all things Michigan State. Connor Muldowney has written about Michigan State since graduating from the university with a degree in journalism back in 2013. Ten years of experience as a Michigan State writer/reporter.