After landing three recruits in the last two days and four in the last week, Michigan State football received yet another commitment on Friday evening.
Tre Mosley — a 6-foot-2, 180-pound wide receiver from the Class of 2019 — announced his commitment to the Spartans on Twitter on Friday. Mosley is a 3-star wideout from West Bloomfield High School in West Bloomfield, Mich.
Here is his tweet:
— IceTre❄️¹ᵏ (@Tremosley7) June 29, 2018
“After narrowing my list down and talking with my parents, I’ve decided to commit to MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY,” Mosley wrote on Twitter.
In addition to Michigan State, Mosley received offers from Minnesota, Michigan, Cincinnati, Iowa, Oregon, Purdue and Syracuse, among others.
Mosley is the No. 21-ranked prospect from Michigan in the Class of 2019, the No. 101-ranked wide receiver and the No. 825-ranked overall player, according to 247Sports 2019 composite rankings.
With Mosley’s commitment, Michigan State’s Class of 2019 — which now has 15 verbal commitments — currently ranks No. 19 in the country and No. 3 in the Big Ten.