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Michigan State football looks like they are making the state of Georgia a major priority in recruiting, and that was more evident than ever on Monday when Jake Merklinger announced that the Spartans have given him his first Division I offer.
Merklinger just finished his freshman year at Calvary Day High School in Savannah, Georgia, where the 6’2″ QB threw for 2,107 yards and 18 touchdowns according to his MaxPreps page. Merklinger seized the starting role as a freshman. It was also worth keeping an eye on his brother Ryan, who is a 6’5″, 300-pound offensive lineman who has an offer from Valparaiso.
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