Michigan State pounded Ohio State on Saturday en route to a 91-76 victory on Senior Day to wrap up the regular season.

But that might go down as the Spartans' second biggest victory of the day.

Josh Jackson, the nation's top-rated recruit for the class of 2016, was in attendance Saturday, taking his official visit to MSU. He has narrowed his field of potential college suitors to Arizona, Kansas and MSU.

And all signs indicate Michigan State made a good impression on him.

Jackson is a 6-foot-7, 185-pound shooting guard. If he chooses Michigan State, he will join a class that is already rated among the best in the country. Five-star players Miles Bridges and Josh Langford as well as four-star players Cassius Winston and Nick Ward have already committed and signed with MSU.

Speaking of Bridges and Winston, they also were on hand Saturday at the Breslin Center, probably trying to convince Jackson to join them in East Lansing next season.

Jackson plays for Prolific Prep in Napa, Calif., but spent his first two years of high school at Detroit Consortium where he helped win a state championship in 2014.

Jackson said in February he planned on making his college decision "within the next month or so."