Noah Davis, a 6-5, 230-pound tight end from Cincinnati St. Xavier, committed to Michigan State's 2016 recruiting class on Sunday.
Davis is ranked a three-star prospect and the No. 15 tight end in the country for 2016 by Scout.com. Among his other offers were Nebraska, Pitt, Iowa, Arkansas and Wake Forest.
Davis was at the MSU Green and White spring game on Saturday when he received his Spartan offer.
"It was really fun," Davis told Scout.com's Dave Berk about his MSU visit. "The spring game was cool and a good atmosphere. I talked with Coach Dantonio before the game and then afterwards at the team barbecue and he seems like a really genuine person."
Davis becomes the fourth player to commit to the Spartans over the weekend, joining running back Abdul Adams of Washington, D.C., who pledged on Friday, and receiver Justin Layne from Cleveland and linebacker Joe Bachie of Berea, Ohio; Layne and Bachie committed on Saturday.
MSU now has seven commitments in the 2016 class.