2020 Recruiting Update: June 24, 2019

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24Jun 2019
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2020 Recruiting Update: June 24, 2019

Jalen Berger (image via NJ.com)

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Before moving any further, it might be important for you to check out Michigan’s huge visitors list from this past weekend. Most of this week’s recruiting update is guys who committed elsewhere, but the visitors list is much more indicative of how Michigan’s recruiting right now. Here’s the list: LINK.

COMMITMENTS

Williamstown (NJ) Williamstown defensive end Aaron Lewis, Jr. committed to Michigan (LINK).

Brooklyn (NY) Erasmus Hall linebacker William Mohan committed to Michigan (LINK).

Oradell (NJ) Bergen Catholic safety Jordan Morant committed to Michigan (LINK).

ADDED TO THE BOARD: 2020

Jeffrey M’ba – DT – Oakdale (CT) St. Thomas More: M’ba decommitted from Virginia. He’s a 6’6″, 315-pounder who emigrated from France. He’s a 4-star, the #28 defensive tackle, and #320 overall with offers from Florida, Ohio State, and Penn State, among others.

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1Jan 2019
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2020 Recruiting Update: January 1, 2019

Kalil Branham (image via Detroit News)

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Here’s a quick look at the 2020 prospects Michigan has in the fold so far (links go to their commitment posts):

Here’s a link to the 2019 Scholarship Count (LINK), which shows that Michigan will have¬†at least 16 spots open in the 2020 class.

OFF THE BOARD

Jaheem Joseph – CB – Opa Locka (FL) Monsignor Pace: Joseph committed to Northwestern, which is an odd choice for a 3-star Florida prospect so early in the process. Northwestern is a great school and a solid football program, but I would not be surprised if he shakes loose before he signs.

Elias Ricks – CB – Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei: Ricks is a 5-star, the #1 cornerback, and #9 overall player in the country, and as a Mater Dei product, he naturally chose . . . LSU? Okay, this makes sense because LSU produces a ton of talented players, but USC is a more traditional destination for Mater Dei grads. He’s thinking outside the box with this decision.

Derek Wingo – LB – Fort Lauderdale (FL) Saint Thomas Aquinas: Wingo committed to Penn State. He’s a 4-star, the #10 outside linebacker, and #199 overall.