MSU gains commitment from long snapper Bryce Eimer


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Nathan Stearns, Football Beat Reporter

EAST LANSING–  The long snapper position just got a bit deeper for Michigan State.

Richland, N.J. native Bryce Eimer announced his future collegiate plans late on May 27. Eimer, who originally signed his letter of intent with James Madison, marks the second consecutive special teams commitment for coach Mel Tucker. Australian punter Mark Vassett committed to MSU on May 8. 

Despite not being a highly-touted prospect, Eimer has spent the past three years training with Rubio Long Snapping. The 5-foot-11 Eimer is a “seasoned long snapper with extremely disciplined and crafted technique,” according to Rubio Long Snapping. He has also been praised as someone who “moves very well on his feet when he is going side to side.”  

In addition to being a long snapper, Eimer also played a bit of defensive end for St. Augustine Prep. Eimer’s Hudl page also has him listed at 5-foot-11 and 205 pounds. 

He will be expected to compete with sophomore Jude Pedrozo for playing time in 2021.