Michigan State loses commitment from talented WR
Michigan State lost a talented wide receiver from its 2019 recruiting class over the weekend.
On Saturday, three-star wide receiver Alante Brown announced his decommitment from Michigan State. He gave the Spartans his verbal pledge in June, but had a change of heart as National Signing Day approaches.
Brown made his announcement via Twitter.
“After speaking with the Michigan State coaching staff, it has been decided that it would be best for us to go in different directions,” Brown wrote. “I am open to any school that is interested in me.”
God’s Plan.. pic.twitter.com/jGcm2wOzo4
— Alante Brown ⚡️ (@alantebrown3) January 27, 2019
Brown, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound receiver out of Chicago, has 19 offers from the FBS and FCS levels. In addition to Michigan State, he’s received interest from Florida State, Minnesota, Missouri, Cincinnati and Texas Tech, among others.
Per 247Sports, Brown is a top 15 prospect from the state of Illinois and is a top 80 receiver in the 2019 class.
Michigan State’s 2019 class now has 19 commitments, 18 of which have already signed their National Letter of Intent. The Spartans currently have the B1G’s seventh-ranked recruiting class and stand No. 27 nationally.