2023 Recruiting Update: June 27, 2022

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27Jun 2022
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2023 Recruiting Update: June 27, 2022

New Orleans (LA) Isidore Newman QB Arch Manning (image via USA Today)

Normally this type of post is a rundown of new offers and commitments, but this is going to be mostly the latter. It’s commitment season, and boy oh boy, kids are committing left and right. Michigan landed a tight end in Deakon Tonielli (LINK), but there are a ton of guys who went off the board recently.


Houston (TX) Strake Jesuit tight end Chico Holt committed to Northwestern. The 3-star, the #32 tight end, and #620 player overall had been crystal balled to Michigan by some, but right around the time the Deakon Tonielli buzz started to grow, things seemed to turn in Northwestern’s favor.

New Orleans (LA) Isidore Newman quarterback Arch Manning committed to Texas. He’s considered to be the #1 recruit in the country in the 247 Composite. Michigan was not really in the picture here – though they did offer – but it may affect the Wolverines tangentially as they battle Texas for some other players. For example, would 4-star receiver Johntay Cook II rather play with Arch Manning or with whoever Michigan gets as a quarterback in 2023?

  • 3-star Columbus (OH) St. Charles offensive tackle Ryan Carretta committed to Pitt
  • 3-star Lynden (WA) Lynden Christian tight end Kade Eldridge committed to USC
  • 4-star Tuscaloosa (AL) Northridge offensive tackle Wilkin Formby committed to Alabama
  • 4-star Washington (DC) St. John’s cornerback Collin Gill committed to Oregon
  • 4-star Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy offensive guard Knijeah Harris committed to Florida
  • 4-star Atlanta (GA) Woodward Academy defensive end A.J. Hoffler committed to Clemson
  • 4-star Wylie (TX) East defensive tackle Anthony James II, a former Texas A&M commit, committed to Washington
  • 4-star Orange Park (FL) Orange Park offensive tackle Roderick Kearney committed to Florida State
  • 4-star Indianapolis (IN) Roncalli offensive tackle Trevor Lauck committed to Iowa
  • 4-star Kehuku (HI) Kehuku linebacker Liona Lefau committed to Texas
  • Woodberry Forest (VA) Woodberry Forest defensive tackle Rodney Lora committed to Virginia
  • 5-star Alabaster (AL) Thompson cornerback Tony Mitchell committed to Alabama
  • 4-star Selma (AL) Selma safety DaKaari Nelson committed to Penn State
  • 5-star El Campo (TX) El Campo running back Rueben Owens II committed to Louisville
  • 4-star Miami (FL) Christian cornerback Antonio Robinson committed to Wake Forest
  • 4-star Rolesville (NC) Rolesville wide receiver Noah Rogers committed to Ohio State
  • 5-star Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy wide receiver Carnell Tate committed to Ohio State
18Jan 2022
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2023 Recruiting Update: January 18, 2022

Dexter (MI) Dexter running back Cole Cabana (image via Hudl)

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Milton (MA) Milton Academy tight end Andrew Rappleyea committed to Michigan (LINK).


Richmond (VA) Benedictine defensive tackle Joel Starlings decommitted from Michigan (LINK).


Cole Cabana – RB – Dexter (MI) Dexter: Cabana is a 6’0″, 180 lb. prospect who claims a 4.43 forty and a 10.69 in the 100 meters. He took a visit to Michigan this past weekend and was offered when he was on campus; Michigan joined Michigan State, Pitt, and West Virginia. He’s a 3-star, the #21 running back, and #363 overall. He grew up as a fan of Michigan State.

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19Aug 2020
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247 Sports Releases Top 100 for 2023

New Orleans (LA) Isidore Newman QB Arch Manning (image via NOLA)

247 Sports released its top 100 prospects for the class of 2023, and there are a number of Michigan targets on the list (LINK). Here are some noteworthy prospects with offers, unless otherwise noted:

2. Peter Woods – DE – AL
4. Francis Mauigoa – OT – CA
5. Arch Manning – QB – MS (no offer, son of Peyton/Eli Manning’s brother Cooper)
6. Malachi Nelson – QB – CA
7. Brenan Vernon – DE – OH
12. Dante Moore – QB – MI
19. Tony Mitchell – CB – AL
24. Jason Moore – DE – MD
28. Keldric Faulk – DE – AL
31. Kadyn Proctor – OT – IA
47. Jaxon Howard – TE – MN
50. John Randle, Jr. – RB – KS (no offer, son of former Minnesota Vikings DT John Randle)
54. Daeh McCullough – CB – KS
59. Terrance Love – S – GA
71. Ta’Mere Robinson – S – PA
92. Sedrick Irvin, Jr. – RB – FL (no offer, son of former Michigan State RB Sedrick Irvin)
95. Amir Herring – OT – MI
100. Mac Markway – TE – MO

As I mentioned in my article where I discussed how to fix Michigan recruiting (LINK), I think virtually every single one of these top-100 kids should be offered relatively soon.