2021 Recruiting Capsule: Clarkston OT Garrett Dellinger

    Clarkston offensive tackle Garrett Dellinger (image via Rivals)

    Name: Garrett Dellinger
    Height: 6'6"
    Weight: 280 lbs.
    High school: Clarkston (MI) Clarkston
    Position: Offensive tackle
    Class: 2021
    Offers: Alabama, Arizona State, Florida, Kentucky, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Syracuse, Toledo, Wisconsin
    Commitment: Undecided

    Notes: ESPN 4-star, 87 grade, #1 OT, #29 overall, #1 in-state . . . Rivals 4-star, 5.8 grade, #22 OT, #155 overall, #7 in-state . . . 247 Sports 4-star, 95 grade, #2 OT, #36 overall, #3 in-state . . . Committed to play in 2021 Under Armour All-American Game . . . Younger brother is 2023 OL Cole Dellinger . . . Teammate of 2021 OG Rocco Spindler

    Stats: N/A

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    Morning Roundup: February 19, 2020


    This is the type of response and reaction I don't understand:

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    Goodbye, Mike Danna

    Mike Danna (image via Toledo Blade)

    HIGH SCHOOL
    Danna attended Warren (MI) De La Salle, where he was a 3-star prospect, the #95 weakside end, and #2005 overall. He was a part of the 2015 class, and Michigan did not offer him. In fact, the only school 247 lists as offering him was Central Michigan, and that's where he went for the first four years of his career. I remember him from high school, and he was just a guy. I mean, a good high school player, but not someone who jumps out at you. I mean, what kind of impact defensive lineman wears #73 in high school?



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    2021 Recruiting Update: February 18, 2020

    Spanish Fort (AL) Spanish Fort OLB Christian Burkhalter (image via Hudl)

    ADDED TO THE BOARD: 2021

    Christian Burkhalter - LB - Spanish Fort (AL) Spanish Fort: Burkhalter is a 6'5", 230 lb. prospect with offers from Florida State, Ohio State, and Tennessee, among others. He's a 3-star, the #33 athlete, and #388 overall. There's something special in those Burkhalter genes, because his brother Jackson is a 2020 quarterback who's listed at 6'5", 210; Jackson has some FCS offers and some Power 5 preferred walk-on offers (highlights here). Christian plays an outside linebacker position, and he could potentially fill a similar role to what Noah Furbush did at Michigan.

    T.J. Guy - DE - Mansfield (MA) Mansfield: Guy is a 6'4", 240-pounder who's ranked as a 3-star, the #37 weakside end, and #695 overall. After a recent offer from Michigan, Guy decommitted from Boston College. Ace Anbender put in a crystal ball for Guy to become a Wolverine, for whatever that's worth. You should only take the time to watch this highlight film if you're really bored, because two-thirds of it is standing around before the play:



    OFF THE BOARD

    Thaddius Franklin, Jr. - RB - Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-Madonna: Franklin committed to Miami after decommitting from the Hurricanes in December. He's a 4-star and the #188 player in the country.

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    Nightly Roundup: February 17, 2020


    Mike Farrell from Rivals gives a pretty vanilla take on Michigan's lack of production while sending a bunch of players to the NFL (LINK).

    Jeremy Clark (image via The Michigan Daily)

    Former Michigan defensive back Jeremy Clark made an interception for his XFL team, the Seattle Dragons:


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    Class of 2014: By the Numbers

    Jabrill Peppers

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    I recently did a summary of the 2015 class that was an interesting look back at their five years on campus (LINK). The class of 2014 was Brady Hoke's final complete class before he was fired, so here's a look at how that group fared over five years. Michigan landed 17 players in the pack, which ranked 20th in the country according to the 247 Composite.

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