2018 Recruiting Update: December 4, 2017

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4Dec 2017
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2018 Recruiting Update: December 4, 2017

Metairie (LA) Archbishop Rummel WR Ja’Marr Chase (image via 247 Sports)

COMMITMENTS

Eureka (MO) Eureka running back Hassan Haskins committed to Michigan (LINK).

Bradenton (FL) Braden River defensive end Taylor Upshaw committed to Michigan (LINK).

DECOMMITMENT

Indianapolis (IN) Cathedral offensive guard Emil Ekiyor flipped from Michigan to Alabama.

ADDED TO THE BOARD

Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy center Verdis Brown decommitted from Florida State. At 6’3″, 294 lbs., he could play center, guard, or defensive tackle. He’s rated as a 4-star, the #4 center, and #232 overall. A native of Chicago, it sounds like he may end up at Illinois.

Hit the jump for several more decommitments from other schools, some new offers, and some random bits.

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18Jul 2017
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7-18-17 Recruiting Update: I’ll Change Just for You

Jeremy Ruckert (image via Newsday)

OFF THE BOARD

Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy offensive guard Verdis Brown committed to Florida State. The 6’3″, 294-pounder is the #2 center in the country, according to the 247 Composite. Brown could play guard, center, or defensive tackle in college. Brown had named Michigan to his top 10 recently.

Tampa (FL) Plant defensive tackle Judge Culpepper committed to Penn State. The 6’5″, 256 lb. lineman is the son of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Brad Culpepper, who made a pretty nice pair with Warren Sapp. At one point, Judge was considered to be a tight end, and then a defensive end, and now it seems like he’s looking more and more like daddy.

Atlanta (GA) Carver safety Quindarious Monday committed to Auburn. The 4-star and #9 athlete in the class has some good film of him playing both offense and defense, and at 6’3″, he has a chance to be a very physical safety. Michigan was playing from behind, and this was a bit of an upset win for Auburn over Clemson.

Lindenhurst (NY) Lindenhurst tight end Jeremy Ruckert committed to Ohio State. This is unfortunate, since he’s the #1 tight end in the country. Here’s a tweet I posted last night:

 

Urban Meyer reportedly told Ruckert that he would change the offense just for him and throw to the tight end more, so I’ll set the over/under at 50 catches for tight ends during any two of Ruckert’s seasons in Columbus.