Michigan State lands commitment from 2020 QB out of Virginia
Michigan State and head coach Mark Dantonio picked up a commitment from a quarterback recruit on Wednesday.
The recruit is Noah Kim, a pro-style QB out of Chantilly, Virginia. Listed as a three-star recruit, the 6-foot-2, 180 lb Kim had received offers from Virginia Tech and Western Michigan, among others.
Kim shared his announcement on Twitter:
— Noah Kim (@noah_kim12) October 30, 2019
It’s worth pointing out that Michigan State’s current starter, Brian Lewerke, is a senior. Current backup, Rocky Lombardi, is a redshirt sophomore. Either way, Kim is a nice pickup for the Spartans.
Here’s a look at his highlights from Hudl: