The Michigan State Spartans landed the tight end of the future last year from The Hun School in Princeton, N.J. Now they have their quarterback from the same place.
"I committed to Michigan State yesterday morning," said the 6-foot-2, 189-pound quarterback Domenic Natale. "I wasn't really in a rush to commit, but I knew when I felt right about something I would. I talked it over with my family after we got back from MSU this week and just felt good about it."
Natale, who took an unofficial visit to Michigan State on Monday and Tuesday, will team up once again with tight end Craig McGovern who signed with MSU this past February and will be a freshman.
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"Craig and I are friends and we have a good chemistry on the field," he said. "He wasn't the reason I picked MSU or anything, but it doesn't hurt to know someone there already."
Last season Natale threw for 22 scores and only seven interceptions. He accumulated 2,100 yards and completed 62-percent of his passes. He chose Michigan State over offers from LSU, Louisville, Maryland, Missouri, Rutgers, Stanford, Mississippi State and others.