William Mohan, Wolverine

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23Jun 2019
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William Mohan, Wolverine

Brooklyn (NY) Erasmus Hall LB William Mohan (image via 247 Sports)

Brooklyn (NY) Erasmus Hall linebacker William Mohan committed to Michigan on Sunday. He chose the Wolverines over offers from Miami, Ohio State, Penn State, and Tennessee, among others.

Mohan is 6’1″ and 195 lbs. He claims a 4.78 forty.

ESPN: 3-star, 78 grade, #48 ATH
Rivals: 4-star, 5.8 grade, #23 OLB
247 Sports: 3-star, 87 grade, #51 ATH, #651 overall

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22Jun 2019
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Visitors: June 21-23, 2019

Jordan Morant (image via North Jersey)

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Reece Atteberry – OT – Aurora (CO) Eaglecrest: Atteberry is a 6’5″, 280 lb. prospect with offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Michigan, and Nebraska, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #8 center, and #405 overall. This is an official visit.

Beau Brade – S – Clarksville (MD) River Hill: Brade is a 6’0″, 180 lb. prospect who committed to Maryland on June 13; he also has offers from Michigan and Pitt, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #56 safety, and #957 overall. This was supposed to be an official visit, but his commitment to the Terrapins may call off the visit. UPDATE: Brade is not visiting.

Jay Brunelle – WR – Worcester (MA) St. John’s: Brunelle is a 6’1″, 200 lb. prospect with offers from Boston College, Michigan, Notre Dame, and UCLA, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #136 wide receiver, and #820 overall. He’s a teammate of Eamonn Dennis (see below). This is an official visit.

Blake Corum – RB – Baltimore (MD) St. Frances: Corum is a 5’9″, 180-pounder with offers from LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, and USC, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #17 running back, and #201 overall. Three teammates are committed to Michigan (Nikhai Hill-Green, Micah Mazzccua, and Osman Savage), and Corum’s crystal ball picks are all for Michigan.

Eamonn Dennis – RB – Worcester (MA) St. John’s: Dennis is a 5’10”, 173 lb. prospect with offers from Duke, Michigan, and Syracuse, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #33 athlete, and #482 overall. Michigan is looking at him as a potential running back/slot receiver combo. This is an official visit.

Elijah Gaines – CB – Alexandria (VA) Episcopal: Gaines is a 6’3″, 200 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan, Notre Dame, and Penn State, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #50 athlete, and #506 overall. Episcopal is where Michigan defensive end Luiji Vilain spent the end of his high school career after moving from Canada.

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21Jun 2019
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2019 Season Countdown: #68 Quinten Johnson

Quinten Johnson (image via Rivals)

Name: Quinten Johnson
193 lbs.
High school:
Washington (DC) St. John’s
Jersey number:
Last year:
Johnson was a senior in high school (LINK). He made 35 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, 1 sack, 2 interceptions, 1 fumble recovery returned for a TD, and 3 forced fumbles.
TTB Rating:

Johnson committed to Michigan last July and stuck with the Wolverines throughout, despite not publicly signing his National Letter of Intent until January. There has been some scuttlebutt about his playing Viper at the next level, but he’s a safety prospect as well. With the way Michigan has deployed defensive backs over the past few seasons, I imagine he will start off at safety with some long-term potential to play Viper, depending on how his body develops.

This season the Viper spot is in good hands with Khaleke Hudson, Jordan Glasgow, Michael Barrett, and potentially freshman 5-star recruit Daxton Hill. With Hudson and Glasgow departing after 2019, there’s also some buzz that safeties Brad Hawkins and/or J’Marick Woods could move to Viper for 2020. I think Johnson would be best served by redshirting, but safeties are a weird deal; they can play special teams and potentially play a lot of roles in sub packages. If Michigan stays healthy in the secondary, I think Johnson will redshirt, but he has enough athleticism to get some time against the right team or if somebody gets nicked.

Prediction: Redshirt

21Jun 2019
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Morning Roundup: June 21, 2019

Nolan Rumler

Nick Baumgardner has a fluff piece on incoming freshman offensive lineman Nolan Rumler (LINK).

Jordan Poole surprised a lot of people when he went #28 to the Warriors (LINK).

Iggy Brazdeikis went #47 overall to the Knicks (LINK).

Charles Matthews went undrafted after he recently tore his ACL.

21Jun 2019
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All-Time Season Receptions Leaders

Jeremy Gallon

A couple weeks ago, I posted the single-game leaders (LINK). Here are the top receiving leaders for a season:

  1. 97 – Braylon Edwards (2004)
  2. 89 – Jeremy Gallon (2013)
  3. 86 – Marquise Walker (2001)
  4. 85 – Braylon Edwards (2003)
  5. 82 – Jason Avant (2005)
  6. 76 – Jack Clancy (1966)
  7. 72 – Mario Manningham (2007)
  8. 72 – Roy Roundtree (2010)
  9. 71 – David Terrell (1999)
  10. 67 – Tai Streets (1998)
  11. 67 – David Terrell (2000)
  12. 67 – Braylon Edwards (2002)
  13. 67 – Adrian Arrington (2007)
  14. 63 – Desmond Howard (1990)
  15. 62 – Desmond Howard (1991)
  16. 62 – Devin Funchess (2014)
  17. 58 – Steve Breaston (2006)
  18. 58 – Amara Darboh (2015)
  19. 57 – Amara Darboh (2016)
  20. 54 – Amani Toomer (1994)
  21. 53 – Bennie Joppru (2002)
  22. 52 – Jack Clancy (1965)
  23. 51 – Jim Mandich (1969)
  24. 51 – Anthony Carter (1980)
  25. 51 – Jake Butt (2015)