Wallingford (CT) Choate Rosemary Hall offensive tackle Will Black (unranked) was offered by Michigan. Miami, Penn State, and Pitt have also offered.
Savannah (GA) Christian tight end Logan Brooking (unranked) was offered by Michigan. Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Virginia Tech, and Wisconsin are some of his other offers. He’s the son of former Georgia Tech linebacker Keith Brooking, who would go on to be the #12 overall pick by the Atlanta Falcons.
Greensboro (NC) Grimsley defensive end Bryce Davis (4-star, #7 edge, #53 overall) was offered by Michigan. He’s 6’4″ and 230 lbs. with offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Notre Dame, Penn State, Tennessee, and others.
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Detroit (MI) U of D Jesuit wide receiver Elijah Dotson (247 Sports 3-star, #56 ATH) was offered by Michigan. He’s 6’2″ and 175 lbs. and also has offers from Penn State and Pitt, among others.
San Juan Capistrano (CA) J Serra Catholic offensive guard Jake Flores (3-star, #17 IOL, #345 overall) was offered by Michigan. He’s 6’6″ and 275 lbs. and may end up at tackle in college. Regardless, he has a pretty solid offer list with Florida State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Tennessee, and Washington in pursuit.
Rabun Gap (GA) Nacoochee offensive guard Justin Hasenhuetl (4-star, #2 IOL, #97 overall) was offered by Michigan. Nacoochee is the alma mater of Michigan sophomore tight end Marlin Klein. Auburn, Florida, Ole Miss, and Wisconsin have all offered Hasenhuetl, which houses a lot of international students.
Charlotte (NC) North Mecklenburg defensive tackle Charles House (unranked) was offered by Michigan. The Charlotte area and North Carolina in general seem to be a focus of recruiting now that quarterback Jadyn Davis is committed as part of the class of 2024.
Thomasville (GA) Thomas County Central cornerback Kendarius “Dee” Reddick (4-star, #1 ATH, #33 overall) was offered by Michigan. Arkansas, Auburn, Kentucky, and Tennessee have all already offered.
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Lexington (KY) Christian quarterback Cutter Boley (4-star, #6 QB, #72 overall) committed to Kentucky. Michigan was supposedly his leader at one point, but there are some reports that he may be reclassifying to the class of 2024, and Michigan already has Jadyn Davis committed.
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