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Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg
After somewhat of a slow start, Michigan State's recruiting has really picked up in recent days.
Still buzzing from William Gholston's pledge last week, the Spartans reportedly have added quarterback Joe Boisture to their 2010 recruiting class. According to Scout.com, Boisture switched his commitment from Boston College to Michigan State, giving head coach Mark Dantonio another solid in-state prospect.
Boisture grew up in Saline, Mich., and his grandfather, Dan, coached at Michigan State under Duffy Daugherty.
An ESPNU 150 Watch List prospect, Boisture has excellent size (6-foot-6, 200) and polished mechanics. He joins a quarterback mix that includes Kirk Cousins, Keith Nichol and Andrew Maxwell.