Michigan State basketball hires new Director of Recruiting

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Tom Izzo has filled the last void on his coaching staff ahead of the upcoming 2022-23 campaign. Izzo has tabbed Jon Borovich as his new director of recruiting.

Borovich has a lot of ties to the state of Michigan and MSU’s coaching staff. A native of Bloomfield Hills, Borovich played his college basketball at Central Michigan from 1997-2001. After his playing career, he was a graduate assistant at Michigan State from 2001-2003.

After Borovich’s stint as a GA at MSU, he has gone on to have a lengthy assistant coaching career in college basketball. He spent 2003-2005 as the director of basketball operations at Dayton and 2007-2011 as an assistant with the Flyers. In 2005-2007, Borovich was on Greg Kampe’s staff at Oakland. From 2011-2019, Borovich was an assistant coach at Northern Illinois under current Spartan assistant Mark Montgomery. Prior to joining MSU, he has spent the last 3 seasons on Chris Collins’ bench at Northwestern.

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