There is no doubt about it… the Spartans are making a STATEMENT for the future with their 2023 recruiting class as they have only added two new pieces to their class.  Already starting with Jeremy Fears, who is one of the premier points guards in the country, Michigan State has now added 2023 Xavier Booker and now Gehrig Normand to the class.

Starting with Fears, we have been a big fan of his game and what he could provide, as we wrote this about him not long ago:

“He continues to show he can be an impact scorer, whether it is using his frame to finish strong, his three-point shot-making ability, or his one-dribble pull-up; he is confident in his shot and making plays. But he really displays the team-first type mentality, finding and delivering on-point passes to his teammates for easy baskets. Fears does a terrific job in reading the defense and taking what is given, filling up the stat sheet, helping on the boards as a 6’2 guard, and really helping control the game.”

Read more: Impactful point guard: 2023 Jeremy Fears (Michigan State commit)

And now, the Spartans have added maybe the top player in the country in 2023 6’11 Xavier Booker who has seen his game elevate as of late, and then adding guard 2023 Gehrig Normand on Tuesday night. Booker is an elite center that has tremendous length, is tough down in the paint, finishes strong, can step out and be a threat, and also be a difference-maker down in the paint on both ends. Normand is one that brings size at the guard position, standing at 6’5 but shows that he can score in a variety of ways. He has had a strong spring and summer, showing that he can knock down shots from all levels and has a knack for making plays with the ball in his hands.

Overall, the Spartans aren’t playing around with their 2023 recruiting class, as they have made a statement with their class already and are looking at one of the top classes nationally already for 2023.