How Michigan State’s Big Ten recruiting class compares to the class of 2018

The recruiting class for the 2018 class of Michigan State has been the most highly touted for several years now, but the Spartans aren’t done yet.

The program has added more players than it did in 2019.

Michigan State has added 11 new recruits, including a pair of highly touted freshman point guards and two transfer players.

Freshman guard Shabazz Muhammad is expected to make the Spartans a top-25 team in the 2019 class, and he joins a class that includes guards Jai Lee and Deon Cain, both of whom were previously committed to Michigan State.

Muhammad was one of five Michigan State players named in the ESPN 100 to watch this year.

The Spartans also added four players in the 2018 recruiting class, including junior guard D.J. Jones, who was the top overall recruit for the class.

Michigan is also expected to add four more players in 2019, including guard Shavon Jackson, who previously committed at Michigan State and later transferred to LSU.

Michigan also added three players in 2020.

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