Darius Robinson is down to four schools, and Michigan State remains one of them.
Robinson, a three-star defensive end from Canton, revealed his final quartet Sunday night on Twitter: Michigan State, Missouri, Colorado and Syracuse.
When Robinson released a final seven in June, he tweeted he would make a decision on Sept. 13, his birthday, but since has said he plans to take his time in making a decision.
The 6-foot-6, 250-pound Robinson and Canton (6-4) saw their season come to an end in pre-districts, 48-28 to Detroit Catholic Central, after helping Canton win a district title as a junior.
Robinson is ranked the No. 16 high school prospect in Michigan, and the No. 50 strong-side defensive end in the country according to the composite by 247Sports, which lists Syracuse as the favorite to land his services.
Michigan State has 18 verbal commitments in its 2019 class, including two in-state defensive ends: Michael Fletcher of Flint Carman-Ainsworth, and Adam Berghorst of Zeeland East.