Recruiting is great.

Coaches can fill out their rosters with guys that are not only extremely talented, but players that fit the system. Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio completed his 2019 class and the regular season begins in just a few weeks.

One freshman from that class, however, is out for the next couple months with a knee injury:

Dantonio said that 6-foot-6 WR Tre’Von Morgan will be out for “about two months.” This is a bit of a blow for an offense that struggled mightily a season ago.

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Morgan, according to 247Sports, is regarded as a 3-star prospect and the No. 56 WR in the Class of 2019.