While his own recruiting process has been wrapped up for some time, that hasn’t stopped Walled Lake (MI) Western 2019 offensive line commit Spencer Brown from recruiting others to potentially join him in East Lansing after he finishes his high school career next fall.
Spartan Nation caught up with Brown to talk about the word that he’s doing as a recruiter for the Spartans and the 6-foot-6, 295 pound 4-star recruit said that he’s having fun doing some recruiting of his own and thinks that the Spartans have the opportunity to do something special in the near future.
“I just enjoy getting people on my side,” he said. “I feel like we have a good team and a good class and I feel like we can take this to the next level and do some big things.”
Brown committed to Michigan State back in July and became Michigan State’s first 2019 commit while passing on a number of other Division 1 offers.
Brown was on campus at Michigan State over the weekend and said that he had the opportunity to spend time with a top Michigan State target in the 2019 class, Belleville (MI) 5-star offensive lineman Devontae Dobbs and said that he thinks he and Dobbs could help form a dominant offensive line in East Lansing.
“It’d be crazy, I think we can do it,” he said. “It would be amazing and it would be terrible for the other teams to have to go up against me and him, so we’ll see what we can do and try to make something happen.”
A couple of other in-state players that Brown said he has spent time talking to are 2019 4-star running back Jaren Mangham our of Detroit (MI) Cass Tech and Clinton Township (MI) Chippewa Valley 3-star linebacker Marcel Lewis, who landed an offer from the Spartans while he was on campus this past weekend.
“I’ve been talking to him (Mangham) a little bit, but I’m not trying to force him, but I talk to him a little bit,” he said. “I’ve been talking to Marcel Lewis, he just got offered, but I’ve been talking to him since before he got him, so he knows what’s up too.”
But for Brown personally, the 6-foot-6 offensive lineman has been making a name for himself in East Lansing and said that he’s still getting used to the fact that he’s becoming a household name for Michigan State fans.
“I think I’ve been around so much and they see me on Twitter and stuff like that,” he said. “I’m getting used to it, but it was cool though, I dream of stuff like that and being on that stage. I dream of having fans and having people look up to me, it’s cool.”
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