Michigan State brought in a quality prospect to their recruiting class of 2023. This time they have filled the quarterback position with 3-star native Bo Edmundson now a Spartan Class member. Edmundson is a Lake Travis product. Michigan State also moved from 9th to 5th in the recruiting rankings of the 247Sports Composite.
Edmundson is the 5th commitment of Michigan State’s class of 2023 and is the 3rd out of the state. He joins Andrew Depaepe Iowa’s defensive end and fellow Texan, running back Kedrick Reescano.
Edmundson overall ranking is at No. 433 and he is the No. 22 QB in the cycle.
Edmundson Commitment To Michigan State Takes Team To 5the Position
Though it is early to comment, Edmundson’s commitment to Michigan State takes the 2023 class of Spartans to the 5th position in the overall Composite ranking, according to 247Sports.
Edmundson was in East Lansing in the last week of January. He was recognized as a top potential at that position for Tucker. He decided to stick with the Spartans at opportunities from Colorado, Kentucky, Houston, Oklahoma State, Pittsburgh, Penn State, Utah, Purdue, Wisconsin, and West Virginia among others.
Edmundson exclaimed that stepping on campus felt just like home. He said that he was excited as Michigan State was building something exciting.
It has been an 11-2 season from Michigan State and they finished at 9th in the AP Poll.
They have also signed class No. 23 in the 2022 cycle. That momentum appears to have carried over to Bo Edmundson’s class.
Edmundson said that he felt relieved after talking to Coach Tucker and letting him know of his commitment. Jay Johnson, QB Coach, had a leading role for the 185 pounds, 6-foot-3 Edmundson. The latter said that he was very excited to be playing for Johnson.