Multiple schools showed interest in McQuaid after he re-opened his recruitment, including North Carolina, Texas and Virginia, but he said Michigan State proved the best fit.
“I feel like I fit in really good in their system,” McQuaid added. “When I went down there I learned a lot from the other guys and they always have guys coming back trying to help. Draymond Green and Gary Harris came back. They always have people coming back. There’s tradition there. I liked that and they win.”
Known as a stellar three-point shooter, McQuaid hails from Duncanville, Texas. The 6-foot-5, 175-pounder is ranked the No. 71 player in the country by Rivals.
He joins three-star guard Kyle Ahrens, three-star point guard Khari Willis and five-star forward Deyonta Davis in Michigan State's 2015 class.
- Ben Estes