Michigan State was the first school to extend an offer to class of 2014 wide receiver Dominique Booth of Indianapolis (Ind.) Pike. On Saturday, the 6-foot-1, 195-pound Booth took him his first game at Spartan Stadium.
"You win some, you lose some, but it was a good game and I had fun," Booth said.
This was the second visit Booth has made to Michigan State in the recruiting process. He toured the school during his spring break in April, but had not seen Spartan Stadium before Saturday and had never experienced their game day atmosphere.
"I really liked their stadium - their stadium was tight," Booth said. "The first time I went there I didn't get to see the stadium. It was good going back up there and seeing everything."
Booth stuck around following the game and talked with assistant coach Dave Warner for half an hour. Part of that conversation centered around the opportunities at the wide receiver position.
"MSU showed their passing offense, so that was nice to see them do well in that aspect," Booth said. "I talked to [Warner] after and he said it was a good game to come to. They didn't win, but from a passing perspective it was a good game. I can see they call on their receivers to make big plays."
Booth has now seen his offer list run to a dozen total schools, but Michigan State still remains a strong interest for the Indianapolis native and that was furthered by Saturday's visit experience.
"I was already heavily interested in them, so there is not much more interested you can be," Booth said, " but it was good and positive."
The likely next visit for Booth will take place this coming weekend at Indiana University. He is also looking to get down to Missouri in October.
So far this season, Booth has recorded 38 catches for 470 yards and eight touchdowns for a 5-2 Pike team.