What’s next for Michigan State basketball and the 2022 recruiting class?

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Michigan State and head coach Tom Izzo locked up the second commitment of the 2022 recruiting class this past weekend, earning a pledge from big man Jaxon Kohler of Southern California Academy.

Kohler joined fellow four-star and Minneapolis PG Tre Holloman in the Spartans 2022 recruiting class.

Now that the Spartans have earned two commitments in this class, what is next as we wind this recruiting cycle down? Well, Tre Holloman took to Twitter to voice what he would like to see next.

Holloman hit the nail sqaure on the head with this one. The perfect ending to the Spartans 2022 recruiting class would be gaining the commitment of the No. 1 player in the state of Michigan, small forward Ty Rodgers of Grand Blanc.

A three man class of Holloman, Kohler and Rodgers would be very solid for the Spartans in a 2022 cycle that had felt so underwhelming for a while.

Rodgers will be officially visiting East Lansing on October 2nd. The main competition for the Spartans in this recruitment features Memphis, Michigan, Alabama and Xavier.

Locking up Rodgers and capping the 2022 recruiting class would be big-time for allowing the staff to shift their focus on a 2023 class that is filled with star-studded talent.

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