Michigan State's Bridges chooses to stay in school

Posted April 14, 2017

Michigan State freshman forward Miles Bridges will return to school for his sophomore season, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical.

"I got some unfinished business here", Bridges said. If Bridges does jump to the National Basketball Association, it would not be surprising to see Bowen commit to Michigan State and fill that role at the 3.

Probably the best Michigan State athletics news of the offseason came on Thursday night in the form of a Miles Bridges announcement.

If he declared for the draft, he would've likely been a lottery pick.

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Bridges joins Texas A&M's Robert Williams as probable lottery picks who have chose to come back to school.

If Bridges indeed comes back, Michigan State's preseason expectations would take a big leap.

Bridges was part of a highly touted recruiting class that lived up to the hype.

"Let's face it, he'll either leave this year or he'll stay one more season and then he'll go", Izzo told The Associated Press in March.

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Michigan State will also have McDonald's All-American Jaren Jackson, a 6-10 power forward, coming in next season. Michigan State snuck into the NCAA tournament as a No. 9 seed and defeated Miami in the first round, but ended the year just 20-15 overall. His 56 made 3-pointers and 43 blocked shots also ranked among the league leaders.

However, Bridges himself had never said he'd be leaving early, and ESPN's Fran Fraschilla said last month he could see the 6-foot-7, 230-pounder sticking around in East Lansing.

"To have Miles back, it's going to be a special year", said Winston, who attends weekly bible study with Bridges. MI coach John Beilein has said scouting reports on Miles don't include any weaknesses because he can shoot from the outside or create his own shot off the dribble.

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