When Tyson Walker arrived on the campus of Michigan State University in mid-May, he’d never been to East Lansing before. He hadn’t even seen the place that he will call home for the foreseeable future, maybe even for three years if some professional basketball league isn’t calling beforehand. While the COVID-19 pandemic forced that into becoming a more common practice for recruits and transfers, things like that — a highly-touted transfer player just committing to a major college basketball program without ever setting foot on campus — don’t just happen at every school. It is the result of almost three decades under some guy named Tom Izzo. Years of building a powerhouse, of giving people an idea of what they can expect year-in and year-out, plus a reputation as one of the premier point guard schools in the country, leaves an impression with young playmakers. Just ask Tyson Walker.