Michigan State football adds big 2022 Arizona OG Gavin Broscious

Chris Solari, Detroit Free Press
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Mel Tucker continues to add size to Michigan State football's offensive line for the future.

Gavin Broscious, a 2022 offensive guard prospect from Goodyear, Arizona, announced via Twitter on Saturday he has committed to the Spartans.

The 6-foot-4, 290-pound Broscious said he is "74000%" committed after picking MSU over offers from Minnesota, Nebraska, Arizona, Arizona State and a number of other Pac-12 programs. Cal, Utah and Utah were his other finalists.

Desert Edge junior offensive lineman Gavin Broscious has cut his list of colleges to eight. Photo courtesy of Gavin Broscious
Desert Edge junior offensive lineman Gavin Broscious has cut his list of colleges to eight. Photo courtesy of Gavin Broscious

A three-star prospect and the No. 648 nationally in his class according to 247Sports.com's composite rankings, Broscious is rated the No. 10 prospect in Arizona and the 24th-best offensive guard nationally.

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Broscious is the second player to commit to the Spartans for 2022, joining Georgia offensive guard Kristian Phillips who is 6-4, 310 pounds. Tucker also currently has four offensive linemen committed for 2021 — OG Geno VanDeMark from New Jersey (6-5, 295), OT Ethan Boyd from East Lansing (6-7, 285), OG Kevin Wigenton from New Jersey (6-5, 290) and junior college transfer OT Brandon Baldwin (6-7, 315). VanDeMark is a four-star prospect, and the others are three-star recruits.

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