This week is getting better and better for Michigan State football.
The Spartans have now landed five recruits in the last two days and a total of six this week, as a 3-star defensive late Michael Fletcher verbally committed Michigan State on Friday night. Fletcher announced his commitment to the Spartans from his school, Carman-Ainsworth High School in Flint, Michigan.
Watch the video of Fletcher's Commitment:
Carman-Ainsworth 2019 DE Michael Fletcher ( @ bigmike810_ ) announces that he will play football at Michigan State College! @MSU_football @DantonioMark @Cacavaliers @CarmanAinsworth pic.twitter.com/eUwuyqIVay
– Jason Lewis (@JasonLewis_TV) June 29, 2018
Shortly after announcing his commitment to Michigan State, Fletcher shared the news on his Twitter account.
A dream comes true pic.twitter.com/RX3e8Ynr0g
– Michael Fletcher (@bigmike810_) June 29, 2018
"Thank God you put me in that position I am very honored to be blessed and gifted, "Fletcher wrote on Twitter. "Thanks to all who helped me to get where I am, me and my family were talking and [they] [throughout] supported all this decision, and after long nights and prayers, I came to a decision I am delighted to announce my commitment to the MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY. "
The 6-foot-5, 240-pound Fletcher received quotes from some of the elite colleges in college football, such as Alabama, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan , He also received offers from, among others, Purdue, Minnesota, Iowa and Iowa State.
Fletcher is Michigan's 11-ranked lookout in the 2019 class, the No. 25-ranked strong defensive end and No. 394-ranked total player, according to Composite Ranking of 247Sports in 2019.
With the commitment of Fletcher ranks Michigan State's class of 2019 currently No. 17 in the nation and No. 3 in the Big Ten