Jordan Elliott, Wolverine

    Houston (TX) Westside DT Jordan Elliott

    Houston (TX) Westside defensive tackle Jordan Elliott committed to Michigan on Saturday. He chose the Wolverines over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, and USC, among others; he has been committed to Baylor and Houston at different times, so this is the third commitment of his process.

    Elliott is 6'4", 301 lbs. He claims a 4.86 forty, a 4.35 shuttle, a 335 lb. bench press, and a 520 lb. squat. He's been chosen as a 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

    ESPN: 4-star, 85 grade, #11 DT, #47 overall
    Rivals: 3-star, #28 DT
    Scout: 4-star, #13 DT, #102 overall
    247 Sports: 4-star, 96 grade, #7 DT, #43 overall

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    Welcome to the Weekend!

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    Preview: Michigan vs. Ohio State

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    Rush Offense vs. Ohio State Rush Defense

    Michigan is tied for #82 nationally with 161 yards/game on the ground, and they are #77 with 4.23 yards/carry. The Wolverines have a wacky rotation at running back, which has seen leading rusher De'Veon Smith (621 yards, 4.3 yards/carry, 6 TDs) get the bulk of the carries, two 5-star recruits sit on the bench, an injured Drake Johnson grab a carry here or there, and the backup fullback become a steady contributor. Seven players have rushed for 140+ yards this year, including quarterback Jake Rudock and wide receiver Jehu Chesson. The Wolverines are #72 in Adjusted Line Yards and #63 in Power Success Rate. The past two weeks have seen way too many false starts, illegal snaps, and other penalties. Ohio State allows 133 yards/game and is #33 in the country in that category. They are #18 in yardage against/carry at 3.41. In their 4-3 defense, sophomore middle linebacker Raekwon McMillan leads the team with 105 tackles while strongside linebacker Josh Perry is second with 88. Junior defensive end Joey Bosa's sack numbers are down this year, but he has still made 15 tackles for loss, good enough for #22 nationally. As a team, the Buckeyes are #40 in tackles for loss. The numbers aren't great, but talent-wise, Ohio State's front will be as good as or better than any other team Michigan has faced this year. The Wolverines will struggle, but they will likely attempt to get the ball in the hands of two-way player Jabrill Peppers (11 carries, 43 yards, 2 TDs) for a little spark.
    Advantage: Ohio State

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    The Players' Tribune: Jabrill Peppers - The Game

    Jabrill Peppers wrote about The Game for The Players' Tribune (LINK).

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    Visitors: Michigan vs. Ohio State

    Mecole Hardman, Jr. is the top-rated 2016 recruit headed to Michigan.

    Michigan is in for a huge recruiting weekend, with several official visitors and a ton of underclassmen headed to Ann Arbor. I will update the list throughout this week, as I'm sure there will be additions and perhaps some subtractions. Below is the scoop on no fewer than 69 prospects.

    Ben Bredeson - OT - Hartland (WI) Arrowhead: Bredeson committed to Michigan in June (LINK). This is his official visit.

    Chris Brown - CB - Houston (TX) Alief Elsik: Brown is a 5'11", 183 lb. prospect with offers from Arizona State, Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas, and UCLA. On 247 Sports, 75% of his predictions are in favor of Texas. He's a teammate of linebacker Dontavious Jackson (see below). This is Brown's official visit.

    Devin Bush, Jr. - LB - Pembroke Pines (FL) Flanagan: Bush is a 5'11", 226 lb. prospect with offers from Auburn, Florida State, and Michigan, among others. He's a 247 Composite 4-star, the #11 inside linebacker, and #230 overall. His father is a former Florida State and NFL safety (and Bush, Jr.'s high school head coach). Recently, the talk has been that the three aforementioned schools are nearly tied at the top of his list, although Michigan has felt confident about their chances with him for a while. He has two teammates, safety Josh Metellus and safety/linebacker Devin Gil, who are committed to the Wolverines. UPDATE: Bush's Friday playoff game will prevent him from making the trip.

    Keyshon Camp - DT - Lakeland (FL) Lake Gibson: Camp is a 6'3", 269 lb. prospect who committed to USC in June; he also has offers from Alabama, Florida, Michigan, Oregon, and Texas, among others. He took an official visit to Michigan earlier this year and is returning on his own dime.

    Donnie Corley - WR - Detroit (MI) King: Corley is a 6'2", 182 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, and Tennessee, among others. He's a 247 Composite 4-star, the #20 wide receiver, and #118 overall. Michigan State is considered the front-runner, but Michigan has been making a push in his recruitment over the last few months. He has set his announcement date for December 8th.

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    Campus Rush: Big Blue Brotherhood - The Glasgows

    A Lindsay Schnell piece on the three Glasgow brothers (LINK).

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