Recruiting Update: December 27, 2018

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27Dec 2018
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Recruiting Update: December 27, 2018

Daxton Hill

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Daxton Hill – S – Tulsa (OK) Booker T. Washington: Hill re-committed to Michigan (LINK).

Cornelius Johnson – WR – Greenwich (CT) Brunswick: Johnson committed to Michigan (LINK).


Noah Cain – RB – Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy: Cain committed to Penn State. Michigan was working really hard on him early, and for some reason backed off as the process wore on.

Quavaris Crouch – LB – Charlotte (NC) Harding: Crouch somewhat inexplicably picked the Tennessee Volunteers. With a top three including Clemson, Michigan, and Tennessee, most people thought he would pick Clemson. Except he then supposedly eliminated them in the last week or two, taking a final-weekend visit to Tennessee. Michigan seemed to be running #3, but Tennessee . . . I mean . . . Tennessee?

Hit the jump for several more developments since the early signing period began.

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4Jul 2017
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7-4-17 Recruiting Update: Recruiting Sam’s Son

Michael Johnson, Jr. (image via Mercury News)


Everett (MA) Everett safety Lewis Cine was offered by Michigan. He’s a 6’2″, 170 lb. prospect with offers from Florida, Indiana, Louisville, and Rutgers, among others. Cine is a hard-hitting safety from Don Brown’s old stomping grounds.

Eugene (OR) Sheldon quarterback Michael Johnson, Jr. was offered by Michigan. Johnson is a 6’3″, 185 lb. prospect with offers from Arizona, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State, and Oregon, among others. He claims a 4.57 forty. Jim Harbaugh took some ill-informed heat when it looked like Johnson’s dad – Michael Johnson, Sr. – was going to be hired onto Michigan’s staff. Instead, he was hired by Oregon when the tenth assistant coach job was pushed back to 2018, yet there wasn’t much blowback when Oregon hired the father of a recruit.

Hit the jump for some more new offers, as well as some guys who came off the board.

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