Michigan State offers scholarship to 4-Star WR

Michigan State football and coach Jonathan Smith continue to secure the best talent they can find for their offense through the transfer portal, while continuing to build their defense primarily through recruiting.

Smith and his coaching staff have done a respectable job of finding the talent they realistically have a chance to sign and offering them scholarships to come to East Lansing. However, Smith and his coaching staff will have to do a little better to secure that talent.

MSU football was expected to be active in the transfer portal, and it has once again stayed true to that by extending a scholarship offer to four-star receiver Jerome Myles. The offer to Myles is significant as the Spartans appeared to focus the majority of their recruiting efforts on players ranked as three-star athletes or lower, with a few four-star athletes in their recruiting efforts. This makes sense because the Spartans will likely lose the most four-star athletes who aren’t from the Midwest.

After missing out on Jaxon Howard in the transfer portal, a four-star prospect out of LSU who has committed to Minnesota, the Spartans are offering a scholarship to Myles, from Draper, Utah, and hope to beat the Utah Utes, who will have a strong career. pressure for Myles like Minnesota did for Howard.

Myles announced Michigan State’s scholarship offer on X, formerly known as Twitter.

“Blessed to receive my 18th offer from MSU Football,” Myles said.

Myles is a four-star receiver in the 2025 recruiting class.

According to 247Sports, Myles is ranked as Utah’s second-best player, 18th-best wide receiver and No. 193 overall prospect, respectively, in the 2025 recruiting class. According to the site, MSU is also one of several programs offering Myles a scholarship. Including MSU, nearly 20 programs have offered the talented recipient a scholarship.

While Myles is currently expected to sign with the Utes, he has plenty of options. MSU joins schools such as Washington, Arkansas, UCLA, California, Iowa State, Ole Miss, Arizona, BYU, Oklahoma State and Tennessee in offering Myles a scholarship. The Spartans aren’t the favorites to sign Myles, but in college football, anything can happen.

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