The first target was a wide receiver, and Dantonio landed a commitment over the weekend from three-star Jalen Nailor of Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas .
He committed to Arizona State in November, but after the Sun Devils fired coach Todd Graham, Nailor re-opened his recruitment and the Spartans moved in after originally offering him a scholarship last spring.
A couple other names to keep an eye on Wednesday are four-star receiver Tommy Bush of Samuel Clemens in Schertz, Texas, and three-star defensive end Habakkuk Baldonado of Clearwater (Fla.) Academy International.
Last SlideNext Slide Bush is a longshot at this point, but Michigan State is one of his finalists along with Georgia, Baylor, Texas and Ole Miss.
He sees plenty of plusses in this class, including Aidan Hutchinson, Jalen Mayfield, Ryan Hayes and German Julius Welschof, the first European in the Michigan program.
Before the bowl game, Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown said there is plenty of upside with Welschof, who has described himself as being extremely fast.
“I think you're not seeing a lot of the shenanigans or hijinks or notable media headlines coming because the on-the-field product wasn't what it needs to be,” Luginbill said, referring to Michigan’s 8-5 record last season.
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