EAST LANSING - After taking all of his official visits and mulling his options, Midlothian (VA) Manchester defensive end Cameron Jude has made a verbal commitment to play for Michigan State.
Jude, 6-foot-4, 235, is a pass rusher deluxe according to his coach Tom Hall, who believes that Ryan Jude could also end up at Michigan State as a tight end prospect.
"They're great kids, very tough-minded kids. Extremely agressive football players. They're both identical, Cameron is the taller of the two, both played tight end for us, both played defensive end for us.
They're both very versatile, just wonderful kids to coach. They're everything you look for in a defensive kid. Both were all-distrcit players; Cameron was the defensive player of the year in our district. Ryan has also played fullback, middle linebacker and slot receiver. I can't talk enough about them."
"Wherever they go they're going to make an immediate impact," continued Hall. "They have wonderful work ethics, they do what they're coached to do. They're the type of kids every coach would like to have on their team. I'm gonna miss 'em."
"If Cameron wasn't getting you from the left side, Ryan was getting you from the right."
Jude finished his senior season with 89 tackles including 10 1/2 sacks. That is the kind of production Michigan State is hoping for at the next level from this top prospect who will spend the next four seasons in East Lansing.
Will MSU offer Ryan Jude who told GSN a month ago he would be very interested in joining his brother? Stay tuned.