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Banks Of The Red Cedar:
Tom Izzo has been recruiting better than he ever before, and the trend will surely continue into the 2013 and 2014 classes.
2013 Recruiting Class:
Practically every Spartan fan is aware of Jabari Parker in some way or form, and for good reason. Parker is currently ranked 2nd in the Nation for the 2013 recruiting class on numerous scouting databases. Jabari is an extremely talented 6’8”/220 pound small forward. Parker is extremely versatile and able to impact the game in many ways including: passing, scoring, rebounding and dribbling the ball. His basketball IQ has been called “elite” and he plays very unselfishly.
Chances MSU lands Parker: Parker has five programs in the mix right now: BYU, Duke, Michigan State, Florida and Stanford (In no particular order). Jabari has visited MSU, Florida and Duke while still planning on visiting BYU and Stanford sometime in November. Following his Duke visit rumors emerged that Duke had become the front-runners for the star small...
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