Stanton Ramil commits to Michigan State


MSU offensive line coach Chris Kapilovic shouts out coaching orders during a fall practice/ Photo Credit: MSU Athletic Communications

Liam Jackson, Sports Editor

EAST LANSING – Four-star offensive lineman from Alabama, Stanton Ramil, committed to Michigan State on Monday night. Ramil chose the Spartans over Tennessee, Penn State and others.

Ramil stands at 6-foot-7, weighs 310 pounds and plays left tackle. Cooper Petagna, a recruiting analyst for 247 Sports, said that Ramil “Possesses above average athleticism at the left tackle position. Displays above average knee bend and hip flexibility. Functional athlete that maintains adequate foot and body quickness in his pass set.”

247 Sports ranks Ramil as a top 200 player in the country, the No. 21 offensive lineman in the country and the No. 15 overall player in Alabama. He was offered by Michigan State on Sept. 17, 2021 and took an official visit to East Lansing on June 24, 2022.

With Ramil’s commitment, head coach Mel Tucker has officially broken a Michigan State program record for most four-star recruits in one class. Ramil is the tenth four-star in the 2023 class and the highest rated offensive lineman Tucker has recruited.

The national scope of Tucker’s recruiting also continues with Ramil. 10 out of 13 commits in the 2023 class are from outside of the state of Michigan. The Spartan’s recruiting class ranking is currently at No. 24 in the nation and No. 5 in the Big Ten, according to 247 Sports.