Michigan State's potential 2019 football recruiting class continues to build through the trenches, with three-star offensive lineman Damon Kaylor committing to the Spartans on Wednesday night.

Kaylor, a 6-foot-6, 315-pound offensive tackle from Huntington (Ind.) North, revealed his decision on Twitter. He is Michigan State's 10th commitment in the class, and third offensive lineman, joining three-star tackle Spencer Brown of Walled Lake Western and three-star guard Nick Samac of Mentor, Ohio, who joined the class at the end of May


Kaylor told Detroit News contributor Allen Trieu he likes Michigan State's coaching style.

"I really like (offensive line) Coach (Mark) Staten a lot,” Kaylor told Trieu. “His personality and mine groove well together. He is a blue-collar guy and so am I, and that is something I really like about them. The intensity and energy at practice was something I always liked as well.”

Kaylor is ranked the No. 17 prospect in Indiana for 2019, and No. 108 offensive tackle in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite. He held offers from Indiana, Boston College, Vanderbilt, and Virginia, among others.

As of Thursday morning, Michigan State's 2019 class is ranked No. 19 in the 247Sports Composite team rankings.