"When I went up on the visit, I just fell in love as soon as I went up there. Out of the three other schools I went to, I just felt like Michigan State was the best fit for me. It was just like home for me. I just felt like I can be the next big thing at Michigan State from Florida," he said.
"It was a great experience for me, seeing all the fan base going crazy and the people in the community greeting you no matter who you are. It was just a great experience for me."
A big factor for the three-star running back was just how comfortable he felt with the Spartans coaching staff.
"I just feel like I had good connections with the coaches, the were really good to me, very honest. The head coach is very down to earth, he doesn't show favoritism. It's jus the place I want to be," he said.
The 6-foot-1, 200-pound back comes from a high school powerhouse program at Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas. That winning tradition is a big reason he sees a good fit for himself at Michigan State.
"They're a winning program, and I'm coming from a similar program at my school, so I'm used to winning. They run the ball a lot, they like the tough runners and that's exactly what I am so I feel like I fit right in," he said.
London is excited to bring his skills up North to Michigan State and sees himself as a great fit in the MSU run-game.
"They're getting a good running back and I'm looking forward to winning a national championship for them and continue the strong tradition and have a great career there," he said.
London spoke with FOXSportsFlorida.com today about his decision, check out the video right here.