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Michigan State Football receives prediction to land UMass RB transfer

Michigan State football and Jonathan Smith are off to as good a start as you could hope for when it comes to the spring transfer portal cycle.

On the portal, which opened last Tuesday, a few Spartans have already entered their names to leave the program, but Smith has done a great job of contacting other transfers and arranging visits with them as well.

This includes UMass returning Kay’Ron Lynch-Adams, who has an official visit scheduled for Monday, April 22.

However, on Friday night, the Spartans received even more good news in his recruitment.

In case you missed it, Michigan State received a crystal ball prediction late Friday night to earn a commitment from a talented running back from UMass in Lynch-Adams. This prediction seems a bit premature as he is still a few days away from starting his visit to Michigan State, but the prediction came from UMass insider Mike Traini. So it’s safe to assume he knows what he’s talking about when it comes to Lynch-Adams.

Lynch-Adams is coming off an elite season at UMass this past year. He first spent two seasons at Rutgers, where he struggled to get playing time, but he really burst onto the scene in his third season at UMass. Lynch-Adams had 236 carries for 1,157 yards and 12 touchdowns last season. This also includes 20 receptions through the air and another 118 yards. However, those 1,157 rushing yards were the 27th most in the country. Sign me up for that.

No commitment date has been announced for Lynch-Adams yet, but this prediction is a very good sign for Michigan State. As long as his visit goes well in the coming week, there is a chance he can commit and become a Spartan on the spot. We’ll have to wait and see if that happens, but all signs so far point to Michigan State winning this recruitment.