Four-star recruit decommits from Michigan State following Nebraska loss
The tough news continued for Michigan State.
Three days after the Spartans suffered their first loss of the season, they lost one of their top 2016 recruits. Naquan Jones, a four-star defensive tackle, announced via Twitter on Tuesday that he was decommitting from Michigan State.
— ✨ ALMIGHTY ✨ (@thealmightynay) November 10, 2015
The No. 2 ranked player in the state of Illinois, Jones has offers from Florida, Nebraska and Ole Miss among others. The 6-4, 284-pound defensive tackle had yet to make his official visit to East Lansing.
He gave his verbal commitment to the Spartans in June.
He was the second-highest rated defensive lineman prospect in Mark Dantonio’s 2016 recruiting class, which ranks 14th in the country.