Three-Star Safety Trevon Howard Lists Michigan State Football in Top-5

Trevon Howard, a 2022 three-star safety out of Minneapolis, listed Michigan State in his top-5 schools.
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EAST LANSING – Under Mel Tucker, Michigan State football has become wholly invested in recruiting – using the transfer portal or otherwise.

Last week, Rivals reported MSU sent out the eighth-most offers of any program in the country for the 2022 class (289 at that time).

Recently, three-star safety Trevon Howard, who the Spartans offered on September 10, listed Michigan State in his top-5 schools alongside Arizona, Colorado, USF, and Iowa State.

Howard plays for IMG Academy and is a top-25 ranked safety in his class and the 50th overall prospect in his home state.

As a freshman, the 6-foot-0, 175-pound defensive back finished with 102 tackles, including nine for a loss, two sacks, two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, one interception, and 11 passes defended.

2021 Michigan State Commits

  • East Lansing (Mich.) High 3-star offensive tackle Ethan Boyd
  • St. Joseph Regional (NJ) High 3-star offensive guard Geno VanDeMark
  • Independence CC (KS) 3-star offensive tackle Brandon Baldwin
  • Warren Mott (Mich.) High 3-star strong-side defensive end Tyson Watson
  • Grad Transfer defensive end from Duke, Drew Jordan
  • Transfer cornerback from North Greenville, Kendall Brooks
  • Venice (Fla.) High 3-star cornerback Charles Brantley
  • Venice (Fla.) High 3-star cornerback Steffan Johnson
  • Transfer cornerback from Florida, Chester Kimbrough
  • Glenville (Ohio) High 3-star safety Michael Gravely
  • Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) High 3-star safety AJ Kirk
  • All Saints Episcopal (Texas) High 3-star quarterback Hampton Fay
  • Grad Transfer quarterback from Temple, Anthony Russo
  • Loyola (Mich.) High 3-star defensive tackle Derrick Harmon
  • Pearl-Cohn (TN.) High 3-star defensive end Alex Okelo
  • DeMatha Catholic (Md.) High 3-star cornerback Antoine Booth
  • Opelousas (LA) Catholic School 4-star wide receiver Keon Coleman
  • Oak Park (Mich.) High 3-star running back Davion Primm
  • Transfer running back from Auburn, Harold Joiner III
  • Transfer running back from Wake Forest, Kenneth Walker III
  • Transfer offensive lineman from Arkansas State, Jarrett Horst
  • Florence (AL) High 3-star outside linebacker Carson Casteel
  • North Forney (Texas) High 3-star tight end Kameron Allen
  • Hun School (NJ) High 3-star offensive guard Kevin Wigenton
  • Bishop Gorman (NV) High 4-star outside linebacker Ma'a Gaoteote
  • Chandler (AZ) High 2-star long snapper Hank Pepper
  • Norwalk (Ohio) High 5-star kicker Garrison Smith

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