After months of recruitment, one of the best high school basketball players in 2016 made his decision on where he will go to school.

That's right, Josh Jackson will be a Kansas Jayhawk. He chose Kansas over Michigan State and Arizona.

This flies in the face of what many thought was a leak when Jackson appeared to be excited about coming to Arizona. It also goes against the grain of a highly publicized visit to Michigan State on senior day that seemed to leave Jackson with good vibes about coming to East Lansing.

In the end him choosing Kansas will sting the Spartan faithful a bit, however their 2016 recruiting class is still 3rd in the nation according to 247Sports, behind Kentucky and Duke. Kansas shot up from just inside the top 50 to 13th in the same metric.

While Jackson's decision is an unfortunate pill to swallow for Michigan State Basketball, they can take solace in what Tom Izzo has proclaimed his best recruiting class ever with four players in the top 50 across the recruiting service rankings.

Finally we can all stop wondering where he will go and scouring twitter for every little detail about where a 19-year-old chooses to go to college.