Jaylen Harrell, Wolverine

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11Dec 2019
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Jaylen Harrell, Wolverine

Jaylen Harrell

Tampa (FL) Berkeley Prep defensive end Jaylen Harrell committed to Michigan on Wednesday. He picked the Wolverines over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Miami, Ohio State, Oklahoma, and Penn State, among others.

Harrell is listed at 6’4″, 235 lbs.

RATINGS
ESPN: 4-star, 83 grade, #4 ILB, #172 overall
Rivals: 3-star, 5.7 grade, #33 OLB
247 Sports: 3-star, 88 grade, #20 WDE, #468 overall

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11Dec 2019
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Visitors: December 13-15, 2019

Massapequa (NY) Plainedge quarterback Dan Villari (image via Newsday)

2020

Dan Villari – QB – Massapequa (NY) Plainedge: Villari is a 6’4″, 215 lb. prospect with FBS offers from Buffalo, Kent State, and UMass. He was previously committed to Fordham, an FCS program. He’s a 247 Sports 3-star, the #40 pro-style quarterback, and #1239 overall, but the other major sites have not ranked him. He took an official to UMass last weekend and will take this official to Michigan, which means this is not a “blueshirt” situation. Michigan has already offered him a grayshirt opportunity, which means that he would not be on the team and start his eligibility until 2021. From anecdotal evidence, the majority of “grayshirt” guys seem to end up with straight-up scholarships by the following fall due to guys transferring out, getting injured, etc. The most recent example in Michigan’s case is kicker Jake Moody, who was supposed to grayshirt until some people transferred out; Moody then ended up on scholarship for his freshman year in 2018 and played quite a bit.

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11Dec 2019
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Citrus Bowl Preview: Roster Notes

Najee Harris

Michigan will be playing Alabama in the Citrus Bowl on January 1, 2020. Instead of squeezing the game preview into one giant post, I’ll be breaking it up into several. Here’s an easy place to start: a look at Alabama’s roster.

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