Following a rough 2012 season, Michigan State has quietly put together a solid recruiting class. Despite only landing three 4-star recruits, the Spartans were able to bring in a good amount of talent.
Besides the highly-touted recruits, MSU brought in several players who have the potential to develop into quality starters. At the top of their recruiting list is Damion Terry, a pro-style quarterback from Cathedral Prep in Pennsylvania.
While Terry is probably the best of MSU’s recruiting class this year, he is just one of several freshman who could make an impact on the field for the Spartans next year.