"I'm 6'6, 255-lbs," he said. "This is my first year [on varsity]. I think I've done well. The adjustment is there are more physical guys than on J.V."
Bukoski has the job of protecting sophomore quarterback Jake Johnson, one of the state's top young quarterbacks. With it being his first year, Bukoski may not be a household name in recruiting just yet, but a few schools have noticed his frame and ability.
As of now, no unofficial visits have been scheduled, but there is a good chance you'll see the big man in East Lansing for a game at some point, as he is close by and is happy to be hearing from the Spartans.
"MSU has been a team I followed. It's a good feeling. It feels good to have a team I've been following my whole life looking at me."
Bukoski, at this early stage, is doing anything but close himself off to schools though, and there are two Big Ten programs in the Hoosier State he hopes to be recruited by.