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Michigan football gets commitments from a pair of four-stars

Michigan football gets commitments from a pair of four-stars

Tuck’s summer continues for Michigan State football a program.

Jaylon Braxton, a four-star cornerback from Texas, announced on social media that he will commit to Michigan’s 2023 football chapter on Tuesday.

Then, a few hours later, Tampa, Florida, offensive operations man Clay Wyden, another four-star recruit, used social media to commit to MSU.

After a visit on June 3, Braxton posted his commitment with a drawing and one word, “Committed.”

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Braxton, of Lone State High School in Frisco, Texas, is No. 21 on the corner in the 36th Nation in Texas, According to 247Sports.

Michigan State University beat Baylor in favor of Braxton, who had just been on a visit to the Waco campus before announcing his commitment. Last season, Braxton was named the 2021 Texas 5-5A DI Two-Way Player of the Year.

In addition to football, Braxton also excelled on track and running in the 400 and 800-meter relays, and in April clocked 10.83 seconds in the 100-meter race.

The Braxton commitment represents Michigan’s 10th class commitment for 2023 and seventh four-star class in the class, placing the Spartans 12th nationally.

Wadean, who is 6-foot-6 and weighs 295 pounds, is the 21st home attacking man in the country and the 69th player in Florida for 2023. He reportedly visited MSU last weekend and chose the Spartans over bids from Mississippi State, Auburn, Cincinnati and Ole Mays, among others.

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