Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 13

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1Dec 2022
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Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 13

Eric Gray


P George Caratan (UConn): UConn (6-6) had a bye to end the regular season and is bowl eligible. Caratan has punted 62 times for 2,503 yards (40.4 yards/punt).

C Zach Carpenter (Indiana): Carpenter started eight games, mostly at left guard due to a hand injury. Indiana (4-8) is not bowl eligible.

RB Zach Charbonnet (UCLA): Charbonnet ran 24 times for 119 yards and 1 touchdown in a 35-28 win over Cal. He also caught 4 passes for 22 yards.

S Sammy Faustin (UMass): Faustin did not record any stats in a 44-7 loss to Army. Faustin made 3 tackles while playing in eleven games this season. UMass (1-11) is not bowl eligible.

OG Chuck Filiaga (Minnesota): Filiaga is a sixth year senior who starts at right guard for the Gophers.

CB Darion Green-Warren (Nevada): Green-Warren did not record any stats in a 27-22 loss to UNLV. He made 5 tackles and 1 pass breakup this season. Nevada (2-10) is not bowl eligible.

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4Feb 2022
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2022 Recruiting Update: February 4, 2022

Belleville (MI) Belleville safety Myles Rowser (image via SI)

Sadly, this will be the final recruiting update dedicated to the 2022 class, since National Signing Day took place this past Wednesday. There are still a few uncommitted prospects with Michigan offers, such as Washington offensive tackle Josh Conerly, but any developments with those players will be rolled into 2023 and 2024 recruiting updates.


Lawndale (CA) Leuzinger outside linebacker Kevonte Henry flipped from Michigan to Oklahoma (LINK).


Bellflower (CA) St. John Bosco cornerback Tayvion Beasley committed to Jackson State, Deion Sanders’s FCS program.

Lake Charles (LA) College Prep running back TreVonte Citizen committed to Miami.

San Diego (CA) Lincoln cornerback Jahlil Florence committed to Oregon.

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16Feb 2021
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Preview of 2022 In-State Recruiting: #1-5

Grosse Pointe (MI) South CB Will Johnson (image via Detroit News)

If you read this site or are into Michigan recruiting, you probably know the names at the top of this in-state list. Michigan has been pursuing all of these players for a while, and chances are good that the Wolverines land at least a couple of them, if not more.

1. Will Johnson – CB – Grosse Pointe (MI) South
Height: 6’3″
Weight: 190 lbs.
Notable offers: Michigan, Ohio State, Oklahoma, USC
Commitment: Uncommitted
247 Composite: 5-star, #4 CB, #8 overall
Analysis: Johnson is a cornerback who overwhelms fellow high schoolers with his size and strength. He plays corner, wide receiver, and wildcat quarterback for his high school team. He’s the son of former Michigan defensive back Deon Johnson, who played for the Wolverines in the early 1990s. Even so, he’s not guarantee to sign with Michigan. He also has interest in Ohio State and USC, and he and Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei cornerback Domani Jackson – who is also high on Michigan – say they’re a package deal.

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1May 2020
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Myles Rowser, Ex-Wolverine

Myles Rowser

Two commitments into the 2022 class, 50% of them have already dipped.

Belleville Detroit King Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy safety Myles Rowser decommitted from Michigan recently. His social media account originally showed less, uh, Michigan flavor, and then word came out that he had officially decommitted. He originally committed to the Wolverines on the day of the national championship game back in January (LINK).

I tend not to get too worked up about players so far ahead of their signing – whether positive or negative – so almost two years in advance of National Signing Day, I don’t have much of an emotional reaction to this story.

Rowser is a solid prospect and his older brother is Michigan freshman cornerback Andre Seldon, Jr. That means there’s still a good chance that he ends up back in Michigan’s class. But for now, Essexville (MI) Garber defensive lineman Alex Van Sumeren (the younger brother of Ben) is the only committed player in the 2022 class.

18Mar 2020
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Top 247 Released for 2022

Myles Rowser (image via 247 Sports)

I have dropped off doing this because of the repeated and unending updates, but this is a) a slow time and b) the first release of the full top 247 for 2022. So here is a list of noteworthy players Michigan has offered in that top group:

1. Shemar Stewart – DE – FL
2. Quinn Ewers – QB – TX
3. Shawn Murphy – LB – VA
9. Gentry Williams – ATH – OK
12. Domani Jackson – CB – CA
15. Jaheim Singletary – CB – FL
16. Will Johnson – CB – MI
17. Aaron Wilson – DE – MD
19. Earnest Greene – OT – CA
20. Raleek Brown – RB – CA
27. Wilfredo Aybar – DE – MA
31. C.J. Williams – WR – CA
35. Kaleb Brown – WR – IL
39. Gavin Sawchuk – RB – CO
40. Jaishawn Barham – LB – MD
41. M.J. Morris – QB – GA
43. Gabe Powers – LB – OH
44. Maalik Murphy – QB – CA
46. Derrick Moore – DE – MD
56. Tyler Morris – WR – IL
73. Dasan McCullough – ATH – KS
89. Rayshon Luke – RB – CA
91. Ty Simpson – QB – TN
92. Bryce Anderson – S – TX (LSU)
96. Jaeden Gould – CB – NJ
104. Anthony Lucas – DE – AZ
116. Braelon Allen – S – WI (no offer but was supposed to visit this coming weekend)
117. K.J. Miles – DE – NJ
123. Xavier Nwankpa – S – IA
127. Julian Armella – OT – CA
135. Germie Bernard – WR – NV
138. Myles Rowser – S – FL (Michigan)
151. Nasir Pearce – DT – MD
155. Earl Little, Jr. – CB – FL
166. Kaden Saunders – ATH – OH
167. Stephan Byrd – RB – OH
175. Christian Rapley – WR – MI (no offer but in-state prospect)
177. Antonio Gates, Jr. – WR – MI
190. Dillon Tatum – RB – MI
193. Alex VanSumeren – ATH – MI (Michigan)
206. Gi’Bran Payne – RB – OH
212. Cristian Driver – WR – TX
215. Emeka Megwa – RB – TX
221. Michael Williams – LB – MI
223. Nicco Marchiol – QB – AZ
244. Bear Alexander – DT – TX