Recruiting Update: March 9, 2020

Recruiting Update: March 9, 2020

March 9, 2020
Bowling Green (KY) South Warren CB Jantzen Dunn (image via 247 Sports)


Greg Crippen – OG – Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy: Crippen decommitted from Notre Dame; he’s a 4-star, the #11 offensive guard, and #221 overall. Sam Webb immediately put in a Crystal Ball for him to go to Michigan. His decommitment from Notre Dame had been expected for months with Michigan the supposed front-runner to flip him.

Jantzen Dunn – CB – Bowling Green (KY) South Warren: Dunn is a 6’2″, 178-pounder with offers from Miami, Ohio State, and Oklahoma, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #22 athlete, and #316 overall.

Jack Pugh – TE – Hilliard (OH) Bradley: Pugh is a 6’5″, 235 lb. prospect with offers from Iowa State, Penn State, and Wisconsin, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #13 tight end, and #313 overall. He visited Michigan this past weekend and was offered on the trip.

Hit the jump for more.

Derek Wilkins – DE – Rancho Santa Margarita (CA) Catholic: Wilkins is a 6’4″, 250-pounder with offers from Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, and Washington, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #21 strongside end, and #312 overall.


Holden Staes – TE – Atlanta (GA) Westminster: Staes is a 6’4″, 215-pounder whose first offer comes from Michigan.


Nick Elksnis – TE – Jacksonville (FL) Episcopal: Elksnis, who was committed to Penn State until recently, pledged to Florida.

Drake Maye – QB – Charlotte (NC) Myers Park: Maye flipped from Alabama to North Carolina. He’s a 4-star, the #6 pro-style quarterback, and #56 overall.

Wyatt Milum – OT – Huntington (WV) Spring Valley: Milum committed to West Virginia.

Keeshawn Silver – DE – Rocky Mount (NC) Rocky Mount: Silver committed to North Carolina.

Eli Sutton – OT – Brentwood (TN) Brentwood Academy: Sutton committed to North Carolina.

Gage Wilcox – TE – Tampa (FL) Jefferson: Wilcox committed to Florida.


Here’s a solid list of visitors from this past weekend (LINK).

Port St. Lucie (FL) West Centennial linebacker Deshauwn Alleyne (4-star, #12 ILB, #324 overall) named Michigan to his top 5:

Lexington (KY) Frederick Douglass wide receiver Dekel Crowdus (4-star, #43 WR, #245) named Michigan to his top 10:

Cincinnati (OH) Bacon running back Corey Kiner (4-star, #10 RB, #160) named Michigan to his top 10:

Henderson (NV) Liberty tight end Moliki Matavao (4-star, #4 TE, #145) named Michigan to his top 10:

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    Joined: 8/12/2015
    Mar 09, 2020 at 11:01 AM

    “Jack Pugh” sounds like a great name for a tight end.

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