While Tyler Spratt received his first scholarship back in December from division two Wayne State, it has been a big several weeks in the recruitment of the 6’4” guard as he has added a pair of new offers. The two new offers both came from division one programs. 

Last month in May, High Point University extended an offer to Spratt. Then a few weeks later, Cleveland State also offered the rising senior of North Farmington High School (MI) and All Ohio Select. As well to the trio offers, he also has a long list of programs showing interest in him that includes mid-major and high-major programs. Bowling Green, Creighton, Dayton, Eastern Michigan, Farleigh Dickinson, Indiana State, Michigan State, Nebraska, Oakland, Omaha, Princeton, Southern Texas, are all amongst the large group of schools. 

“I’m looking for a coach that will push me and help me get to the next level,” Spratt first said on what he is looking for in a college. “Also, a program that will make me a better person on an off the court.” As well to finding a school, he has some admirable goals for himself in the future. “I also have plans in starting a foundation that allows kids who lost their parents to drug use to be able to come to the games and get snacks for free. Inspired by my nieces who lost their father, my big brother.”

The schools that are standing out in his recruitment are “so far who have made it feel like home more than others.” He included in this group the three schools that have offered him as well as Creighton, Farleigh Dickinson, Nebraska, and Omaha.

Next up for Spratt is a visit to Cleveland State coming up later this month on the 27th. As well, he will be making visits to Dayton and High Point.