Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) wide receiver Jalen Nailor told Land of 10 he will take an official visit to Michigan State the weekend of Jan. 13-14.
Nailor, a 3-star prospect in the 247Sports composite ratings, ranks 135th nationally among wide receivers in the 2018 class. He stands 5-foot-11 and weighs 170 pounds.
“It will be cool when I finally do get on campus,” Nailor said. “I’m really looking forward to it.”
Nailor played alongside Michigan State offensive lineman signee Jacob Isaia for Bishop Gorman and helped the program win its ninth straight state title in the fall. He caught 41 passes for 807 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior, according to MaxPreps.
Nailor, a California native, traveled to San Diego with Isaia to see Michigan State’s Holiday Bowl win over Washington State, another school that has offered the speedy wide receiver. There Nailor met and spent time with Spartans defensive end signee Parks Gissinger, who also attended the game.
Previously committed to Arizona State, Nailor reopened his recruitment after coach Todd Graham’s firing. Utah, among others, remains in pursuit along with Michigan State.
The weekend of Nailor’s visit will be the first of the upcoming contact period allowing face-to-face meetings between coaches and recruits. This period lasts through Feb. 3.