Mel Tucker’s busy month on the recruiting front continues.

Wednesday, Michigan State received a verbal pledge from three-star tight end Kameron Allen out of Forney, Texas. He becomes the ninth player to commit to the Spartans during the 2021 recruiting cycle, all of which have pledged in the month of April.

Allen announced his decision on Twitter.

“I would like to thank my family for being by my side and helping me stay humble throughout this whole process,” Allen wrote. “With that being said I would like to announce I will be furthering my education and athletic development the next 4 years at Michigan State University!!”

Allen brings a solid frame to the tight end position, standing 6-foot-5 and weighing 220 pounds, according to 247Sports. During the 2019 season at North Forney High School, Allen totaled 281 receiving yards and five touchdowns on 16 receptions.

Several teams at the FBS level recruited Allen, receiving 16 offers on the recruiting front. He picked Michigan State over Arizona, Boise State, Missouri, Army, Navy and many other programs.

Per 247Sports’ Composite rankings, Allen is the No. 153 player out of Texas and is the No. 51 tight end in this year’s class. He has been given a three-star ranking.

With Allen’s commitment, Michigan State has jumped up to No. 24 in the national recruiting rankings, but still sits at No. 9 in the B1G.