Where MSU basketball lands in 247Sports’ 2023 team rankings after 4-star SF Coen Carr’s commitment

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Michigan State has added another elite recruit to its 2023 class, and now holds one of the top classes in the country.

The Spartans picked up a commitment from four-star small forward Coen Carr on Tuesday night. Carr was the fourth commitment in the class, and is the third four-star or better prospect to pick Michigan State in the past two weeks.

As part of the recent recruiting trail success, Michigan State has flown up the team rankings for the 2023 class. See where Michigan State lands in the updated 247Sports’ team recruiting rankings for the 2023 class following Carr’s commitment:

10: Indiana

No. of commits: 2

Avg.: 96.62

Points: 48.05

9. Baylor

No. of commits: 2

Avg.: 97.12

Points: 49.30

8. Kansas State

No. of commits: 2

Avg.: 97.63

Points: 49.80

7. Oregon

No. of commits: 2

Avg.: 98.37

Points: 51.36

6. UConn

No. of commits: 3

Avg.: 94.57

Points: 56.82

5. Iowa State

No. of commits: 4

Avg.: 95.11

Points: 64.79

4. Ohio State

No. of commits: 4

Avg.: 97.10

Points: 65.09

3. Michigan State

No. of commits: 4

Avg.: 97.40

Points: 65.09

2. Kentucky

No. of commits: 3

Avg.: 99.54

Points: 65.58

1. Duke

No. of commits: 4

Avg.: 99.47

Points: 69.60

Complete rankings from 247Sports

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