The Michigan State Spartans are on a roll.
Last week, they defeated the rival Michigan Wolverines in the Big 10 Championship game. That victory earned them a four seed in the NCAA Tournament. They defeated the Delaware Blue Hens 93-78 on Thursday night and then took down the Harvard Crimson 80-73 on Saturday to set up a showdown with the top-seeded Virginia Cavaliers in the Sweet 16 Friday night.
Now, they are rolling off of the court, picking up a commitment from 3-star power forward Marvin Clark Monday.
The 6’7, 225-pounder is from Wichita, Kansas and attends Sunrise Christian, who announced Clark’s decision via twitter.
— Sunrise Basketball (@sunrisehoops) March 24, 2014
Clark is ranked as the 64th best power forward prospect, the fourth best overall prospect in the state of Kansas and the 252nd best overall prospect in the class of 2014, according to 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings.
Clark chose the Spartans over offers from the Indiana Hoosiers, Iowa State Cyclones, Kansas State Wildcats and Oregon Ducks, among others.