#Signed: Michigan State signee Malik Hall discusses going to State, Isaiah Stewart, future visit.

Malik Hall is one of the more underrated signings for the 2019 class. Tom Izzo loves his game and says he will be an important player immediately come next season.

He doesn’t say much to the media, much to anybody really. He lets his game do the talking and proved that in 2018 where he racked up 20+ offers including seven in a one week stretch that included Villanova, Texas, and many others.

He did announce his decision just weeks after he took his official visit to Michigan State.

“I chose State because I knew I would be pushed for greatness in everything I do,” Hall said.

He also added his thoughts on the alumni of Michigan State: “I mean the Alumni speak for themselves. The list is a line of great players who have done great things in their careers.”

Just like the Duke commits, Joe Girard (Syracuse), and many others, Hall is also a participant in the Isaiah Stewart pursuit.

“I hope we get Isaiah. Man I would love to play with that guy. He is an outstanding player who will fit well with our class. I have talked to him a couple times trying to let him know we want him.”

As for going on campus for a game, Hall told Stockrisers he will go up to East Lansing from the 28th-30th when the Spartans take on NIU.


This was the fifth #Signed story.

Here’s the updated list of players featured on #Signed:

– Syracuse signee Joe Girard III

– Mizzou signee Mario McKinney Jr

– UConn signee James Bouknight

– Indiana signee Trayce Jackson-Davis

– Michigan State signee Malik Hall

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