Michigan State Basketball Recruiting: Spartans' Best Options at PG in 2014

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Michigan State Basketball Recruiting: Spartans' Best Options at PG in 2014
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Tom Izzo's list of point guards for 2014 is shrinking. And so is the time he has to land one.

Scratch off Tyler Ulis from the list of potential Michigan State point guards. 

The 5'8", 142-pound Chicago Marian Catholic 4-star recently committed to Kentucky.

Quentin Snider?

He's off the board, too. The 6'2", 166-pound Louisville Ballard 4-star prospect pledged to Illinois

According to 247Sports' board, Spartans coach Tom Izzo extended four scholarship offers to 2014 point guards. With two major targets left, the clock is ticking for Mr. March to make a move for his next ball-handling extraordinaire. 

Tyus Jones, a 5-star who everyone wants, remains available. The 6'2", 180-pound St. Paul Apple Valley (Minn.) guard has offers from programs such as Duke, Kansas and Kentucky. Izzo definitely has competition on that front. 

Options aren't scarce, but they're not exactly plentiful, either. As national signing day approaches, look for Izzo to ramp up efforts in order to secure the top talent available for his next group of freshmen. 

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