Michigan State’s wide receiver room just got a little bit better.

On Tuesday, three-star Minnesota native Terry Lockett Jr. announced his decision to commit to Michigan State as a member of the 2020 class. He made his announcement via Twitter just one day before the Early Signing Period on Wednesday, Dec. 18.

“I want to thank all the coaches who have spent time with me during my recruitment over the years,” Lockett wrote. “With that being said…I’m ready for the next chapter in my life. 110% committed to Michigan State.”

Lockett, a 6-foot, 16-pound wide receiver, is ranked as the No. 3 player out of Minnesota and is one of the top 600 overall players in the 2020 class. He’s also considered to be one of the 100 best receivers in the cycle, according to 247Sports.

In addition to Michigan State, Lockett received offers from five other B1G schools, including Iowa, Purdue, Minnesota, Nebraska and Rutgers. He also received interest from Cincinnati.

Lockett has excellent playmaking ability and has a great nose for the football. He’s able to catch the ball over defenders and create separation using his speed. There’s a chance he could have a quick impact in Michigan State’s offense.

With Lockett’s commitment to Michigan State, the Spartans now have 20 commitments in the 2020 class. MSU ranks 39th nationall and 11th in the B1G in the recruiting rankings.

Below are some of Lockett’s highlights.