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Georgia ATH Jordan Huff talks Michigan State commitment

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Chad Simmons

THE LATEST: Michigan State offered Jordan Huff on June 16 and on December 25, the 6-foot-1, 185 pound athlete out of Madison (Ga.) Morgan County committed to the Spartans.

He has known for a little while that he wanted to call East Lansing home, but he wanted until Monday for it to be like a gift to his parents.

IN HIS OWN WORDS: "It was pretty evident to me after my first visit that I wanted to go to Michigan State," said Huff. "I chose to announce my commitment Christmas because I wanted it to be like a present to all of my family.

"I committed to Michigan State because the coaching staff fit with me. They showed me so much love and it got to the point that whatever school came to me or I went to visit, I compared them to Michigan State and none of the matched up.

"I visited over the summer and I got back for the Penn State game.I’m a small town kid that's not really into the super-city life, so it felt like home there.

"Now that I am committed, I am just focusing on finishing high school. I’ll still take visits — I love going to Georgia and Georgia Tech games with my family and friends, but that’s out of conveniency because I’m 100-percent a Spartan.

"It feels like I’m going to be seeing a whole lot of green now that I am committed. #gogreen."

RIVALS REACTION: Huff committed to Michigan State as a defensive back. He has great straight-line speed and he could project as a cornerback or free safety on the next level. He makes a lot of plays at running back in high school too. This is a very good pick-up for the Spartans. Huff is a great young man who loves to compete. He is a versatile athlete who is one of the top 50 juniors in the state of Georgia. He has double-digit offers and that list will definitely grow over the next six months.