Basketball recruiting: Former Archbishop Carroll star A.J. Hoggard commits to Michigan State
The four-star recruit recently visited the Spartans' campus as well as Providence, Marquette and Mississippi.
Former Archbishop Carroll A.J. Hoggard basketball star committed Sunday to attend Michigan State on a basketball scholarship.
Hoggard, a 6-foot-3 guard who is rated as a four-star prospect by Rivals.com, announced his decision in a video released on his Instagram account.
Hoggard is a senior at Huntington (W. Va.) St. Joseph Prep. He played two seasons at Archbishop Carroll, earning PIAA Class 6 second-team honors as a sophomore in 2018 before moving to West Virginia in June of that year.
Hoggard averaged 15.7 points, six assists, and six rebounds for Archbishop Carroll as a sophomore.
He has more than 20 scholarship offers and made recent visits to Providence, Marquette, Mississippi, and Michigan State.