Nightly Roundup: February 10, 2020

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10Feb 2020
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Nightly Roundup: February 10, 2020

Shane Morris (image via Hustle Belt)

Stanford grad transfer defensive tackle Michael Williams committed to SMU. I had him at #3 in my “If I Had My Druthers…” post (LINK).

Big Ten referee Dan Capron is retiring, and he decided to take a shot at Jim Harbaugh on the way out (LINK).

Bruce Feldman wrote about the weak 2013 quarterback class that netted Shane Morris for Michigan (LINK).

J.J. McCarthy has committed to playing in the Polynesian Bowl in 2021 (LINK).

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24Jan 2020
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Visitors: January 24-26, 2020

Donovan Edwards (image via Irish Sports Daily)

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2021

Caleb Banks – OT – Southfield (MI) Southfield: Banks is a 6’6″, 255-pounder with offers from Indiana, Michigan, and Michigan State, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #70 offensive tackle, and #741 overall. He could also end up playing defensive end at the next level.

Rayshaun Benny – OT – Oak Park (MI) Oak Park: Benny is a 6’5″, 275 lb. prospect with offers from Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, and Oregon, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #23 offensive tackle, and #175 overall.

Jamari Buddin – LB – Belleville (MI) Belleville: Buddin is a 6’2″, 193 lb. prospect with offers from Florida State, Michigan, Michigan State, and Penn State, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #21 outside linebacker, and #281 overall. All four of his crystal ball picks are for Michigan.

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2Oct 2019
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Visitors: Michigan vs. Iowa

J.J. McCarthy

2020

Anton Harrison – OT – Washington (DC) Archbishop Carroll: Harrison is a 6’5″, 310 lb. prospect who committed to Oklahoma in early September. He’s a 4-star, the #20 offensive tackle, and #220 overall. This is an official visit.

A.J. Henning – WR – Frankfort (IL) Lincoln-Way East: Henning is committed to Michigan (LINK). This is an unofficial visit.

Theo Johnson – TE – Windsor (Ontario) Holy Names:

2021

J.J. McCarthy – QB – La Grange Park (IL) Nazareth Academy: McCarthy is committed to Michigan (LINK).

4Sep 2019
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Visitors: Michigan vs. Army

Rocco Spinder (right, with Garrett Dellinger; image via 247 Sports)

2020

Myles Hinton – OT – Norcross (GA) Greater Atlanta Christian: Hinton is a 6’6″, 300-pounder who is committed to Stanford. He’s a 4-star, the #7 offensive tackle, and #67 overall. He’s the younger brother of Michigan defensive tackle Chris Hinton, Jr.

Braiden McGregor – DE – Port Huron (MI) Northern: McGregor is committed to Michigan (LINK).

2021

Giovanni El-Hadi – OT – Sterling Heights (MI) Stevenson: El-Hadi is committed to Michigan (LINK).

J.J. McCarthy – QB – La Grange Park (IL) Nazareth Academy: McCarth is committed to Michigan (LINK).

Rodney McGraw – DE – Elkhart (IN) Central: McGraw is a 6’6″, 223 lb. prospect with offers from Boston College, Penn State, and Purdue, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #18 weakside end, and #308 overall.

Rocco Spindler – OG – Clarkston (MI) Clarkston: Spindler is a 6’5″, 285-pounder with offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, and Ohio State, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #7 offensive tackle, and #40 overall. His crystal ball includes 71% of the picks for Michigan and 14% for Notre Dame.

Caleb Tiernan – OT – Detroit (MI) Country Day: Tiernan is a 6’7″, 265 lb. prospect with offers from Indiana, Iowa State, and Michigan, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #48 offensive tackle, and #461 overall. Right now all four of his crystal ball picks are for the Wolverines.

2022

Nicco Marchiol – QB – Aurora (CO) Regis Jesuit: Marchiol is a 6’2″, 205 lb. prospect with offers from Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky, and Michigan, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #2 pro-style quarterback, and #74 overall.

Kaden Saunders – ATH – Westerville (OH) South: Saunders is a 5’10”, 155 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, and Penn State, among others.