Final Scout 300 for 2016

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16Jan 2016
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Final Scout 300 for 2016

Brandon Peters has made a huge leap in Scout’s rankings

Scout released its top 300 prospects for the class of 2016 (LINK). Here’s what it looked like in June 2015 (LINK).

Movement for Michigan commits:

  • Kareem Walker dropped from #21 to #28
  • Ben Bredeson dropped from #24 to #36
  • Brandon Peters jumped from #283 to #77
  • Jordan Elliott fell from #100 to #105
  • Ahmir Mitchell fell from #58 to #131
  • Dylan Crawford fell from #90 to #134
  • Devery Hamilton moved up from #144 to #139
  • Michael Onwenu moved up from #168 to #140
  • Chris Evans fell from #164 to #190
  • Erik Swenson fell from #124 to #256
  • Brad Hawkins fell from #224 to #269
  • Carlo Kemp fell from #297 to being off the list

Hit the jump for the full list.

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14Oct 2015
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Visitors: Michigan vs. Michigan State

Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy tight end Isaac Nauta is one of many elite players scheduled to be in town.

I have shortened down some of the writeups this week for the sheer number of prospects visiting. It’s a huge recruiting opportunity for Michigan.

2016
Korey Banks – WR – Tyrone (GA) Sandy Creek: Banks committed to North Carolina in July after being offered by the Wolverines. He unofficially visited in the spring and reportedly had a great visit, but the Tarheels pulled him in, anyway. Michigan was initially recruiting him as a wide receiver, although he could also play cornerback.

Donnie Corley – WR – Detroit (MI) King: Corley said he will probably make it. He is strongly considering both Michigan and Michigan State, so it would make sense for him to check out the game.

Dylan Crawford – WR – Rancho Santa Margarita (CA) Catholic: This is Crawford’s official visit.

Hit the jump for lots and lots more visitors.

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28Sep 2015
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Recruit Tracker: Chris Evans

Indianapolis (IN) Ben Davis running back Chris Evans

October 16, 2015: Ben Davis beat Indianapolis (IN) North Central by a score of 41-10. Evans sat out the game with a minor injury. Ben Davis is 5-4.

October 9, 2015: Ben Davis beat Indianapolis (IN) Lawrence Central by a score of 28-22. Evans had 21 carries for 198 yards, including 72- and 56-yard touchdown runs; he also had 1 catch for -3 yards. He now has 128 carries for 750 yards and 10 touchdowns, plus 37 catches for 482 yards and 3 scores. Ben Davis is 4-4.

October 2, 2015: Ben Davis lost to Carmel (IN) Carmel by a score of 35-21. Evans had 18 carries for 78 yards, plus 8 catches for 63 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown. He now has 107 carries for 552 yards and 8 touchdowns, plus 36 catches for 485 yards and 3 touchdowns. Ben Davis is 3-4.

September 25, 2015: Ben Davis beat Indianapolis (IN) Warren North by a score of 35-14. Evans ran 20 times for 58 yards and 1 touchdown, and he also caught 7 passes for 123 yards, including a 35-yard touchdown. He now has 89 carries for 474 yards and 8 touchdowns, plus 28 catches for 422 yards and 2 touchdowns. Ben Davis is 3-3.

Hit the jump for summaries of the rest of his game summaries.

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25Sep 2015
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Visitors: Michigan vs. BYU

Paramus (NJ) Catholic defensive tackle Rashan Gary


2016

Christian Boyd – DT – Muskegon (MI) Mona Shores: Boyd is a 6’2″, 280 lb. prospect with no offers at this time. He also visited Michigan last weekend for the UNLV game. He is a teammate of 2016 wide receiver Hunter Broersma (Western Michigan), cornerback Darece Roberson (Western Michigan), and wide receiver Kobe Burse (Miami-OH).

Kingston Davis – RB – Prattville (AL) Prattville: Davis committed to Michigan in April (LINK). So far as a senior, he has 598 yards and 7 rushing touchdowns through four games (LINK).

Chris Evans – RB – Indianapolis (IN) Ben Davis: Evans committed to Michigan in June. You can see how his senior season is going here (LINK).

Rashan Gary – DT – Paramus (NJ) Catholic: Gary is a 6’4″, 287 lb. prospect with offers from almost everywhere. He’s a 247 Composite 5-star, the #1 defensive tackle, and #1 overall. The plurality of his Crystal Ball picks are for Michigan (47%), but Auburn and Georgia are also strong contenders. He is teammates with 2016 wide receiver Donald Stewart; 2017 defensive end Corey Bolds and linebacker Drew Singleton; and 2018 quarterback Allan Walters. There are a lot of connections to Michigan, since redshirt freshman safety Jabrill Peppers and offensive lineman Juwann Bushell-Beatty are both from his high school, along with recruiting coordinator Chris Partridge, who coached the Paladins last year. This is Gary’s official visit.

Hit the jump for several more 2016, 2017, and 2018 visitors.

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10Jun 2015
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Scout 300 for 2016 updated

Indianapolis (IN) Ben Davis running back
Chris Evans is the #164 player in the country
(image via 247Sports.com)

Scout updated their top 300 players for 2016 (LINK). The last update I posted was in April (LINK).

Movement for Michigan commits:
– Erik Swenson dropped from #102 to #124
– Matt Falcon remained at #147
– Chris Evans appears at #164. I’m not sure where he was in April since he had not been offered.
– Michael Onwenu dropped from #167 to #168
– Brandon Peters remained at #283

The rest of Michigan’s offerees:

5-stars:
1. Rashan Gary – DT – NJ
3. Shea Patterson – QB – LA (Ole Miss)
6. Greg Little – OT – TX (Texas A&M)
7. Nate Craig – WR – FL
8. Caleb Kelly – LB – CA
10. Dexter Lawrence – DT – NC
11. Jacob Eason – QB – WA (Georgia)
12. Levonta Taylor – CB – VA (Florida State)
13. Ed Oliver – DT – TX (Houston)
16. Kendell Jones – DT – TX (Alabama)
17. Mique Juarez – LB – CA (USC)
18. Jack Jones – ATH – CA
20. Michael Menet – OT – PA (Penn State)
21. Kareem Walker – RB – NJ (Ohio State)
23. Tyler Vaughns – WR – CA

Hit the jump for the 4-star prospects.

4-stars:
24. Ben Bredeson – OT – WI
25. Justin Madubuike – DE – TX
26. Devin Duvernay – WR – TX
27. Tommy Kraemer – OT – OH (Notre Dame)
34. Binjimen Victor – WR – FL
36. Lyndell Wilson – LB – AL
38. Willie Allen – OT – LA
39. Marlon Davidson – DE – AL
40. Brandon Jones – S – TX
42. Kaden Smith – TE – TX (Stanford)
43. Charlie Woerner – TE – GA
44. Theo Howard – WR – CA (Oregon)
45. Ben Davis – LB – AL
46. Janarius Robinson – DE – FL (Florida State)
47. Boss Tagaloa – DT – CA
49. Miles Sanders – RB – PA (Penn State)
51. Deontay Anderson – S – TX
53. Jaquan Yulee – LB – VA (Alabama)
54. David Long – CB – CA
55. Jared Mayden – CB – TX
56. E.J. Price – OT – GA (Georgia)
58. Ahmir Mitchell – WR – NJ
59. Jeffrey McCulloch – LB – TX
61. Demetris Robertson – WR – GA
62. Liam Eichenberg – OT – OH (Notre Dame)
65. Lavert Hill – CB – MI (Penn State)
66. Curtis Robinson – LB – CA (Stanford)
67. Dontavious Jackson – LB – TX
69. K.J. Costello – QB – CA (Stanford)
70. Terrance Davis – OG – MD
71. Devin White – LB – LA
73. Trayvon Mullen – S – FL
78. Isaac Nauta – TE – GA (Florida State)
79. Isaiah Chambers – DE – TX
81. Auston Robertson – DE – IN (Michigan State)
84. Collin Johnson – WR – TX (Texas)
85. Austin Mack – WR – IN (Ohio State)
89. Jake Hausmann – TE – OH (Ohio State)
90. Dylan Crawford – WR – CA
92. Ben Cleveland – OG – GA (Georgia)
95. Lokeni Toailoa – LB – CA (UCLA)
97. Scott Bracey – WR – VA (Duke)
100. Jordan Elliott – DT – TX (Houston)
103. Chris Daniels – DT – TX
106. Malik Henry – QB – FL (Florida State)
107. Camilo Eifler – LB – CA
110. Nigel Knott – CB – MS
111. Josh King – DE – IL (Michigan State)
112. Jordan Fuller – CB – NJ
115. Trevon Sidney – WR – CA
117. Sam Bruce – WR – FL (Miami)
118. Jaylon Jones – CB – TX
120. Devin Asiasi – TE – CA
121. Jarrett Guarantano – QB – NJ (Tennessee)
122. Byron Murphy – CB – AZ
123. Mecole Hardman – WR – GA
124. Erik Swenson – OT – IL (Michigan)
127. Jonah Williams – OT – CA (Alabama)
128. Jean Delance – OT – TX
131. Donnie Corley – WR – MI
133. Erick Fowler – DE – TX
135. Steven Smothers – WR – MD
137. Chris Owens – OG – TX (Alabama)
139. Eli Stove – WR – FL (Auburn)
143. Diondre Overton – WR – NC
144. Devery Hamilton – OT – MD
145. Michael Jordan – OT – MI (Ohio State)
146. Andrew Pryts – S – PA
147. Matt Falcon – RB – MI (Michigan)
154. Luke Farrell – TE – OH
155. Xavier Kelly – DE – KS
158. Keyshon Camp – DT – FL
160. Lamar Jackson – S – CA
163. Rahshaun Smith – DE – FL (Clemson)
164. Chris Evans – RB – IN (Michigan)
165. Jamal Pettigrew – TE – LA (LSU)
168. Michael Onwenu – OG – MI (Michigan)
173. Jacob Mathis – TE – FL
177. Naquan Jones – DT – IL (Michigan State)
178. Amani Bledsoe – DE – KS
180. Freddie Swain – WR – FL
181. Cole Van Lanen – OT – WI
188. Demetric Vance – S – MI (Michigan State)
189. Justin Layne – WR – OH (Michigan State)
190. Landon Dickerson – OT – NC
191. C.J. Pollard – S – CA
194. Shaquille Quarterman – LB – FL (Miami)
195. Julian Okwara – LB – NC (Notre Dame)
196. Bryce Mathews – OT – TN
203. Daelin Hayes – LB – MI (USC)
205. Lamar Winston – LB – OR
209. Michael Eletise – OG – HI
212. Naseir Upshur – TE – PA
216. Levi Onwuzurike – DE – TX
217. Antonio Williams – RB – NC (Wisconsin)
218. Damar Hamlin – CB – PA
220. Dwayne Haskins, Jr. – QB – MD (Maryland)
224. Brad Hawkins – WR – NJ
225. Frank Martin II – OT – CA (USC)
227. Patrick Bethel – DE – FL
230. Brian Burns – DE – FL
237. Steffon McKnight – WR – CA
238. Jay-Jay McCargo – OT – VA (North Carolina)
239. Khalid Kareem – DE – MI
246. Calvin Bundage – S – OK
248. Marquel Dismuke – S – CA
250. Eric Cuffee – CB – TX
251. John Broussard – CB – AL (Auburn)
254. Josh Imatorbhebhe – WR – GA (USC)
255. Desmond Fitzpatrick – WR – MI (Louisville)
259. Terrell Hall – DE – DC (Ohio State)
264. Thiyo Lukusa – OG – MI (Michigan State)
265. Wayne Davis – CB – VA
267. Darrian Franklin – LB – CA
269. Carlin Fils-Aime – RB – FL
272. Connor Murphy – DE – AZ
277. Cary Angeline – TE – PA
280. Chase Claypool – WR – BC
283. Brandon Peters – QB – IN (Michigan)
289. Bryson Young – DE – CA
290. Clark Yarbrough – OT – VA (Stanford)
297. Carlo Kemp – DE – CO