2013 Scout 100 Released

2013 Scout 100 Released

September 15, 2011
Shane Morris is an early 5-star recruit to Scout

The Scout 100 has been released for 2013.  Here are some of the notable prospects on the list, either because they’ve been offered by Michigan or they hail from the surrounding states that Michigan recruits most often:

Shane Morris – QB – Michigan (Michigan)
Jalin Marshall – QB – Ohio
Robert Foster – WR – Pennsylvania
Michael Hutchings – LB – California (offered)

Matthew Alviti – QB – Illinois
Kevin Olsen – QB – New Jersey (offered)
Ty Isaac – RB – Illinois
David Williams – RB – Pennsylvania
Adam Breneman – TE – Pennsylvania (offered)
Steven Elmer – OT – Michigan (offered)
Lovell Peterson – OT – Ohio
Ethan Pocic – OT – Illinois
Chris Fox – OG – Colorado (offered)
Justin Moody – DT – Pennsylvania
Billy Price – DT – Ohio
Elijah Daniel – DE – Indiana
Wyatt Shallman – DE – Michigan (offered)
Ben Gedeon – LB – Ohio (offered)
E.J. Levenberry – LB – Virginia (offered)
Jon Reschke – LB – Michigan
Jaylon Smith – LB – Indiana
Peter Kalambayi – LB – North Carolina (offered)
Tim Kimbrough – LB – Indiana
Cameron Burrows – CB – Ohio
Tray Mathews – S – Georgia (Georgia)
Dymonte Thomas – S – Ohio (Michigan)


  1. Comments: 21379
    Sep 15, 2011 at 6:14 PM

    What do you think of Wyatt Shallman?

    I've heard a lot of good things about him, and he seems to be an excellent athlete, but we are recruiting him as a tailback. The speed I have seen reported for him was pretty "meh", and at 6-4, I think that his center of gravity might be too high.

  2. Comments: 21379
    Sep 15, 2011 at 6:16 PM

    For all the hype about the 2012 class in the state of Michigan, the early indications are that 2013 is way better, at least in terms of top-end talent. I think RJS was the only top-100 player in the state of Michigan for 2012. There are already four guys here, including a five-star in Morris. Clean up, Hoke!

  3. Comments: 21379
    Sep 15, 2011 at 6:17 PM

    @ Anonymous 2:14 p.m.

    I'm not a big fan of recruiting Shallman as a tailback. At best I think he's a short yardage back or a fullback/H-back. I know the coaches offered him as a tailback, but I can't see him playing much if that's where he sticks.

  4. Comments: 21379
    Sep 15, 2011 at 6:20 PM

    @ Anonymous 2:16 p.m.

    James Ross is right around #100 in some places, and Terry Richardson was/is a top 100 player to 247 Sports. I lose track of their ratings because they change so much, but I think the talent in Michigan is better than you're giving it credit for.

    Other than Morris and perhaps Elmer, I don't think there are any Michigan players who are likely to be top-100 athletes in 2013. It should still be a solid year, but I don't think it will be exceptional.

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