It’s never too early to stockpile future talent, and Michigan State got some really good news in that regard on Monday morning.
A kid by the name of Josh Langford, who is a five-star combo guard out of Alabama and ranked as the 13th-best prospect in the class of 2016, will play for Tom Izzo in a year and a half.
Langford picked MSU over Kentucky, Duke, Michigan and Kansas. This comes a week removed from Langford’s visit to East Lansing. At 6-foot-6, Langford is now the second 2016 prospect to commit to the Spartans, joining Nick Ward, a power forward out of Ohio.
“I felt like the family atmosphere was unbelievable,” Langford told 247 Sports. “Everyone comes back. It’s just one big family, and it’s like once you are a Spartan, you’re a Spartan for life. Also it’s a plus that Coach Izzo is a future Hall of Fame coach. And the system fits me. The whole program fits me. I think Ill develop on and off the court.”