Penn State target Nick Marsh, a 2024 four-star wide receiver out of River Rouge High School in River Rouge, Michigan, has re-committed to Michigan State.
BREAKING: Four-Star WR Nick Marsh tells me he has Committed to Michigan State!
The 6’3 200 WR from River Rouge, MI chose the Spartans over Pitt and Penn State
— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) July 7, 2023
Marsh (6-foot-3, 200 pounds) chose Michigan State over Penn State, Auburn, Kansas, Oregon, and Pitt. He is the number three player in Michigan, the No. 16 wide receiver, and the No. 99 player in the country, according to 247Sports composite rankings.
Marsh first decommited to Michigan State on March 7, and Penn State started to make its move on Marsh as he took an unofficial visit on April 7 and an official visit on June 2, and Penn State appeared to be the favorite to land Marsh.
However, Michigan State made a late charge highlighted by an official visit on June 23 which turned the tide in the Spartans’ favor, and that played a major factor in his recommitment.
Penn State would have liked to land a big-bodied wide receiver with great ball skills to its programs but Penn State has Peter Gonzalez from Central Catholic (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), Tyseer Denmark from Roman Catholic (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), and Josiah Brown from Holy Trinity Diocesan (Hicksville, New York) in the fold in the 2024 recruiting cycle.