Visitors: June 15-17, 2018

Visitors: June 15-17, 2018


June 15, 2018

Lewis Cine (image via Scarlet Buckeye)

It’s time for some visits and camps, and sometimes it’s hard to determine who’s camping and who’s just visiting campus. In one capacity or another, the following players are expected to be at the University of Michigan in the coming days.

2019

Erick All – TE – Fairfield (OH) Fairfield: All is a 6’4″, 225 lb. prospect with offers from Iowa, Michigan, Notre Dame, and Wisconsin, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #29 tight end, and #694 overall. This is an unofficial visit.

Lewis Cine – S – Cedar Hill (TX) Trinity: Cine is a 6’2″, 180 lb. prospect with offers from virtually every big-time program in the country, including Michigan. He’s a 4-star, the #3 safety, and #43 overall. He transferred from Massachusetts to Texas after his junior season. Penn State has 100% of the crystal ball picks. This is his official visit to Ann Arbor.

Quavaris Crouch – RB – Charlotte (NC) Harding University: Crouch is a 6’2″, 238 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Michigan, Ohio State, USC, and everyone else of note. He’s a 5-star, the #1 athlete, and #14 overall. As a junior in 2017, he ran for 3,142 yards and 31 touchdowns.

Demontae Crumes – WR – Louisville (KY) Trinity: Crumes is a 6’1″, 165-pounder with offers from Kentucky, Louisville, Memphis, and Michigan. He’s a 3-star, the #79 wide receiver, and #610 overall. He’ll be camping at Michigan on June 18.

Hit the jump for a bunch more visitors from the 2019 and 2020 classes.

Rodas Johnson – DT – Columbus (OH) St. Frances DeSales: Johnson is a 6’3″, 285-pounder with offers from Iowa, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, and Penn State, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #14 defensive tackle, and #224 overall. Right now there are five crystal ball picks for Penn State and four for Michigan. He’ll be camping at Michigan on June 19.

Jalen McGaughy – WR – Detroit (MI) King: McGaughy is a 6’3″, 195 lb. prospect who committed to Northern Illinois in March; he also has offers from Minnesota, Syracuse, and some other MAC schools. He’s a 247 Sports 3-star, the #165 wide receiver, and #1338 overall. He broke his leg and missed the entire 2017 season, so he’s a bit of an unknown quantity right now. He’ll be camping at Michigan on June 18.

David Ojabo – DE – Blairstown (NJ) Blair Academy: Ojabo is a 6’4″, 233-pounder with offers from Clemson, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, and Penn State, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #32 strongside end, and #481 overall. All six crystal ball projections are for him to pick Penn State.

Nasir Rashid – LB – Shaker Heights (OH) Shaker Heights: Rashid is a 6’2″, 215 lb. prospect with offers from Air Force and a couple MAC programs.

Joey Velazquez – LB – Columbus (OH) St. Frances DeSales: A teammate of Johnson’s (see above), Velazquez is a 6’0″, 205-pounder with offers from Cincinnati, Indiana, and Michigan, among others. Right now he’s committed to Ohio State as a baseball player. He’ll be camping at Michigan on June 19.

Tyrece Woods – DE – Belleville (MI) Belleville:

2020

Wesley Bailey – TE – Ontario (Canada): Bailey is a 6’4″, 200 lb. prospect with no offers at this time.

Michael Drennen II – RB – Dublin (OH) Coffman:¬†Drennen is a 5’11”, 190 lb. prospect with offers from Cincinnati, Indiana, and Minnesota, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #19 running back, and #186 overall. He has not been offered by Michigan or Ohio State, but the crystal ball is 100% in favor of Ohio State. I think both schools will probably offer eventually, especially after Drennen camps at Michigan on June 18.

Darvon Hubbard – RB – Scottsdale (AZ) Chaparral: Hubbard is a 6’0″, 200 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, and LSU, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #10 running back, and #83 overall. He’ll be camping on June 18.

Darius Jones – CB – Louisville (KY) Butler: Jones is a 5’9″, 160 lb. prospect with offers from Kentucky and Michigan. The Wolverines were his first offer. He’s a teammate of Demontae Crumes (see above). He’ll be camping at Michigan on June 18.

Sofian Massoud – QB – Bronx (NY) Cardinal Hayes: Massoud is a 6’1″, 180 lb. prospect with offers from Boston College, Rutgers, Temple, and Virginia, among others. As a sophomore in 2017, he completed 153/276 for 3,106 yards, 32 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions.

Jalen McGaughy – WR – Detroit (MI) King:

Braiden McGregor – DE – Port Huron (MI) Northern: McGregor is a 6’5″, 235 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, and Notre Dame, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 3-star, the #11 strongside end, and #273 overall. All three crystal ball picks are in favor of Michigan. He will camping on June 18.

Parker McQuarrie – QB – Weare (NH) John Stark: McQuarrie is a 6’7″, 208-pounder with offers from Michigan and Rutgers, among others. He’ll be camping on June 18.

Kenny Mestidor – DE – Ontario:

Jack Miller – QB – Scottsdale (AZ) Chaparral: Miller is a 6’4″, 210 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Michigan, and Ohio State, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #5 pro-style quarterback, and #78 overall. He’ll be camping on June 18.

Bryce Mostella – DE – Kentwood (MI) East Kentwood:¬†Mostella is a 6’6″, 235 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan, Minnesota, and Penn State, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #13 weakside end, and #243 overall.

Chris Scott – CB – Pickerington (OH) North: Scott is a 6’2″, 175-pounder without any offers at this point.

Jake Seidel – OT – Imperial (MO) Seckman: Seidel is a 6’5″, 270 lb. prospect without any offers at this point.

Andre Seldon – CB – Belleville (MI) Belleville:

Ian Stewart – WR – Rockwood (MI) Carlson: Stewart is a 6’3″, 200 lb. prospect with offers from Cincinnati, Indiana, Syracuse, and others. He’s a 247 Sports 3-star, the #74 wide receiver, and #373 overall.

Willie Taggart, Jr. – CB – Tallahassee (FL) Florida State University School: Taggart is a 6’2″, 170 lb. prospect with offers from Appalachian State and Oregon. His father is in his first year as head coach at Florida State after previously having been at Oregon and South Florida. Willie Taggart, Sr. was also an assistant to Jim Harbaugh at Stanford.

Grant Toutant – OT – Warren (MI) De La Salle: Toutant is a 6’6″, 281 lb. prospect with an offer from Indiana State.

Denver Warren – DT – Aurora (IL) West: Warren is a 6’2″, 318 lb. prospect with offers from Iowa, Michigan, Penn State, and Wisconsin, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 3-star, the #21 defensive tackle, and #280 overall. The crystal ball favorite is currently Michigan State with 100% of the picks.

Devell Washington – WR – Bay City (MI) Central: Washington is a 6’4″, 205 lb. prospect with offers from Cincinnati and some MAC schools.

Zak Zinter – OG – Danvers (MA) St. John’s: Zinter is a 6’6″, 300 lb. prospect with offers from Boston College and UMass.

2021

Raheem Anderson II – C – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech: Anderson is a 6’3″, 288-pounder with offers from Iowa State, Maryland, and Michigan, along with some MAC schools. All three crystal ball picks are for Michigan.

Jack Sawyer – DE – Pickerington (OH) North: Sawyer is a 6’5″, 219 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan, Ohio State, and Penn State, among others. He attends the alma mater of former Michigan tight end Jake Butt.

Davion Weatherspoon – C – Detroit (MI) East English Village:

James Wilborn, Jr. – DE – Avon (MI) Avon Old Farms:

2 comments

  1. Comments: 1154
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    Roanman
    Jun 12, 2018 at 6:57 AM

    With our recent track record here, the thought has to be TE, but Parker McQuarie can play QB. At 6.7, 205 or so at 16, it’s not unreasonable to think he could hit 6.8 maybe 9 and 225/30 by 18. Maybe bigger, who the hell knows what a teenage boy is gonna do … with regards to any issue.

    Is there such a thing as too big at QB? I’m thinking, no. But those are some seriously tempting dimensions for a TE.

    • Thunder
      Comments: 2626
      Joined: 7/13/2015
      Jun 12, 2018 at 1:25 PM

      I don’t know. Who’s a good 6’7″ quarterback? I think Brock Osweiler is 6’8″, and he was decent in college but has been bad in the pros. I think Dan McGwire was 6’7″ back in the day, but he bombed in the NFL. Ryan Mallett was pretty good at Arkansas, but he hasn’t done anything in the NFL. So I guess there must be a point where you’re too big to be a QB.

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