Ex-Wolverine Commit Updates: Post-2018 Recap

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17Jan 2019
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Ex-Wolverine Commit Updates: Post-2018 Recap

Damien Harris (image via Stadium)


George Campbell III, WR (Florida State): Campbell struggled once again with injuries, and when he was healthy, he played in seven games and ended with 4 catches for 42 yards on the year. Florida State went 5-7.

Shaun Crawford, CB (Notre Dame): Crawford missed the entire season with a torn ACL, the third ACL injury of his football career.

Messiah DeWeaver, QB (East Mississippi Community College): DeWeaver completed 181/266 passes (68%) for 1,735 yards, 10 touchdowns, and 4 interceptions; he also ran 88 times for 110 yards (1.3 YPC) and 2 touchdowns. EMCC went 12-0 and won the NJCAA national championship. At the time of this 247 Sports article, he had scholarship offers to play for Akron, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Louisiana-Lafayette, Ole Dominion, Southern Mississippi, and Toledo; he just announced on Twitter a couple days ago that he would be transferring to Old Dominion.

Hit the jump for a bunch of other former commits.

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23Jul 2018
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Stephen Herron, Ex-Wolverine

Stephen Herron, Jr.

Louisville (KY) Trinity defensive end Stephen Herron, Jr. flipped his commitment from Michigan to Stanford on Monday.

Herron committed to Michigan a little less than a year ago, in July of 2017 (LINK). There have been rumors of him decommitting in favor of Stanford for months, and those rumors come to fruition more often than not. He insisted to reports over that time that he was solid to Michigan, but if you’ve been following recruiting for a while, you know commitments are only as good as the National Letters of Intent they’re signed on.

Michigan now has 18 commitments remaining in the 2019 class, including three defensive ends: Chris Hinton, Gabe Newburg, and David Ojabo. Newburg is a weakside end like Herron, but Hinton and Ojabo are more like strongside ends or defensive tackles.

Herron is a 4-star, the #5 weakside end, and #86 overall in the 247 Composite.

29Jun 2018
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Nike’s The Opening 2018

D.J. Turner II

The Opening 2018 finals are taking place this coming weekend and early next week, so you will probably see a fair amount of coverage. As always, here are the players you may want to keep an eye on throughout, since they have been offered by Michigan:

Marcus Banks – CB – Houston (TX) Dekaney (LSU)
Julian Barnett – WR – Belleville (MI) Belleville (Michigan State)
Marquez Beason – WR – Dallas (TX) Bishop Dunne (Illinois)
Jahleel Billingsley – TE – Chicago (IL) Phillips
Dominick Blaylock – WR – Marietta (GA) Walton
Branson Bragg – C – Crandall (TX) Crandall (Stanford)
Bryan Bresee – DE – Damascus (MD) Damascus*
Noah Cain – RB – Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy
Nick Cross – S – Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha
Rian Davis – LB – Apopka (FL) Wekiva
Kalen Deloach – LB – Savannah (GA) Islands
Akeem Dent – CB – West Palm Beach (FL ) Central (Florida State)
Aeneas DiCosmo – DE – Oradell (NJ) Bergen Catholic
Lance Dixon – LB – West Bloomfield (MI) West Bloomfield
John Dunmore – WR – Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-Madonna
Ty Evans – QB – Monument (CO) Palmer Ridge (Colorado)
Justin Flowe – LB – Upland (CA) Upland
De’Gabriel Floyd – LB – Westlake (CA) Westlake (Texas)
Devyn Ford – RB – Stafford (VA) North (Penn State)
Kyle Ford – WR – Orange (CA) Lutheran
Eric Gray – RB – Memphis (TN) Lausanne
Renardo Green – CB – Apopka (FL) Wekiva (Florida State)
Kenyon Greene – OT – Humble (TX) Atascocita (Texas A&M)
Kyle Hamilton – S – Atlanta (GA) Marist (Notre Dame)
Kevin Harris – DE – Loganville (GA) Grayson (Alabama)
Jadon Haselwood – WR – Ellenwood (GA) Cedar Grove (Georgia)
DeMarcco Hellams – S – Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha (Alabama)
Arjei Henderson – WR – Richmond (TX) Fort Bend Travis (Oklahoma)
Stephen Herron, Jr. – DE – Louisville (KY) Trinity (Michigan)
Daxton Hill – S – Tulsa (OK) Booker T. Washington
Sam Howell – QB – Monroe (NC) Sun Valley (Florida State)
Giles Jackson – RB – Oakley (CA) Freedom
Cornelius Johnson – WR – Greenwich (CT) Brunswick
Quinten Johnson – S – Washington (DC) St. John’s
George Karlaftis – DE – West Lafayette (IN) West Lafayette (Purdue)
Frank Ladson – WR – Miami (FL) South Dade (Clemson)
Shane Lee – LB – Baltimore (MD) St. Frances (Alabama)
Mike Martinez – TE – Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei (UCLA)
Jase McClellan – RB – Allen (TX) Allen (Oklahoma)
Bru McCoy – WR – Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei
Cade McNamara – QB – Reno (NV) Damonte Ranch (Michigan)
Graham Mertz – QB – Mission (KS) Blue Valley North (Wisconsin)
Harry Miller – C – Buford (GA) Buford (Ohio State)
Wanya Morris – OT – Loganville (GA) Grayson (Tennessee)
Evan Neal – OT – Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy
Owen Pappoe – LB – Loganville (GA) Grayson (Auburn)
George Pickens – WR – Hoover (AL) Hoover (Auburn)
Mycah Pittman – WR – Calabasas (CA) Calabasas
Pierce Quick – OT – Trussville (AL) Hewitt Trussville (Alabama)
Elias Ricks – CB – Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei
Josh Sanguinetti – CB – Fort Lauderdale (FL) University School
Mekhail Sherman – DE – Washington (DC) St. John’s
Brandon Smith – LB – Mineral (VA) Louisa (Penn State)
Keontra Smith – S – Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-Madonna (Miami)
Ishmael Sopsher – DT – Amite (LA) Amite
Jaquaze Sorrells – DT – Largo (FL) Largo
Isaiah Spiller – RB – Spring (TX) Klein Collins
Chris Steele – CB – Bellflower (CA) St. John Bosco
Derek Stingley – CB – Baton Rouge (LA) Dunham (LSU)
Austin Stogner – TE – Plano (TX) Prestonwood (Oklahoma)
Taulia Tagovailoa – QB – Alabaster (AL) Thompson (Alabama)
Kayvon Thibodeaux – DE – Thousand Oaks (CA) Oaks Christian
D.J. Turner II – CB – Suwanee (GA) North Gwinnett (Michigan)
Salim Turner-Muhammad – CB – Alexandria (VA) Episcopal (Stanford)
Marcus Washington – WR – St. Louis (MO) Trinity
Kenyatta Watson II – S – Loganville (TX) Grayson (Texas)
Theo Wease – WR – Allen (TX) Allen (Oklahoma)
Brian Williams – S – Dallas (TX) Bishop Dunne (Texas A&M)
Max Williams – CB – Gardena (CA) Junipero Serra
Jude Wolfe – TE – Bellflower (CA) St. John Bosco
Mykael Wright – CB – Valencia (CA) Valencia (Oregon)
Keon Zipperer – TE – Lakeland (FL) Lakeland

*Indicates a 2020 recruit

13Apr 2018
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Visitors: 2018 Spring Game

John Dunmore (image via Rivals)

With the cancellation of the spring game, it’s unclear how many of these visits will still take place, how many will be rescheduled, and how many will be canceled altogether. I’ll leave this info here until I hear something one way or another on each of these players.


Mustapha Muhammad – TE – Missouri City (TX) Ridge Point: Muhammad signed with Michigan in February.

Christian Turner – RB – Buford (GA) Buford: Turner signed with Michigan in February (LINK).

Julius Welschof – DE – Germany: Welschof already signed his National Letter of Intent to Michigan (LINK).


Karsen Barnhart – OG – Paw Paw (MI) Paw Paw: Barnhart is a 6’4″, 282 lb. player with offers from Michigan and Michigan State, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #45 offensive tackle, and #431 overall. Right now 86% of the Crystal Ball picks are for MSU, while the other 14% have gone to Michigan.

Zach Carpenter – OG – Cincinnati (OH) Moeller: Carpenter is a 6’5″, 310-pounder with offers from Arkansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, and Oregon, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #17 offensive guard, and #469 overall.

Te’Cory Couch – S – Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-Madonna: Couch is a 5’10”, 170 lb. prospect who has been committed to Tennessee since June of 2017; he also has offers from Miami, Michigan, and Oklahoma, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #27 athlete, and #292 overall. This is his official visit.

Luke Deal – TE – Greenwood (SC) Emerald: Deal is a 6’5″, 237 lb. prospect with offers from Auburn, Clemson, Michigan, Notre Dame, and Ohio State, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #19 tight end, and #439 overall. Right now he has three Crystal Ball predictions, all for Clemson. This is his official visit.

John Dunmore – WR – Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-Madonna: Dunmore is a 6’2″, 172 lb. prospect with offers from Auburn, Georgia, Florida State, Michigan, Notre Dame, and Ohio State, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #21 wide receiver, and #120 overall. Dunmore was committed to Florida for a while, but he decommitted shortly after receiving the Michigan offer. This is his official visit.

Hit the jump for several more visitors.

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