The recruiting trail was kind to Michigan and head coach Juwan Howard earlier on in the summer with three 2021 commitments in a relatively short period of time, but has seen things trend the other way at a major position of need. Howard and his program have been in hot pursuit of a ball-handling guard with the future depth at the position in question.
As if things couldn’t get worse for the Michigan State Spartans, following multiple reports that the Big Ten will cancel its fall football season, MSU has now lost the commitment of 2021 three-star tight end, Jake Renda. Renda announced that he will flipping his commitment to Pat Narduzzi’s Pittsburgh Panthers. Narduzzi, of course, was a longtime defensive coordinator for the Spartans under Mark Dantonio, holding that role from 2007 until 2014.
BLOOMINGTON, IN - NOVEMBER 23: The Big Ten Conference logo at Memorial Stadium following a college football game between the Michigan Wolverines and Indiana Hoosiers on November 23, 2019, at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, IN. (Photo by James Black/I