Michigan State added a fifth commit to its 2018 recruiting class on Monday.
Small forward Aaron Henry verbally committed to the Spartans, as first reported by Evan Daniels of Scout. His Ben Davis (Indianapolis) High coach, Mark James, confirmed the decision before Henry announced his commitment to Twitter on Monday afternoon.
East lansinggg what’s goooooood? ✅✅✅ pic.twitter.com/zrxkVPuhUO
— AH🎈 (@henny2x) September 11, 2017
Henry is a 3-star prospect in the 247Sports composite rankings and the 154th-ranked recruit in the class. The 6-foot-5, 210 pound forward plays at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis.
Henry picked Tom Izzo’s program over Ohio State, Xavier, Illinois and Butler. He took an official visit to East Lansing over the weekend.
Henry is the fifth commit in Michigan State’s 2018 class and the fourth forward. He joins 4-star power forward Marcus Bingham Jr., 4-star small forward Gabe Brown, 4-star point guard Foster Loyer and 3-star power forward Thomas Kithier in the class. Michigan State will have a lot of roster openings after the 2017-18 season due to players graduating and others possibly leaving for the NBA Draft.
Here’s Henry’s highlight tape: