Visitors: Michigan vs. Oregon State

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10Sep 2015
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Visitors: Michigan vs. Oregon State

Norcross (GA) Greater Atlanta Christian quarterback Davis Mills

The Wolverines will be hosting a bunch of visitors for the home opener against Oregon State this weekend. This list will increase significantly before Saturday, but here are the names I have so far.

2016

Jonathan Brys – DE – Jackson (MI) Lumen Christi:

Landon Dickerson – OG  – Hickory (NC) Hickory:
 
Dickerson is a 6’5″, 293 lb. prospect with offers from Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, and Virginia Tech, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 4-star, the #10 offensive tackle, and #71 overall. He is one of the few offensive linemen that Michigan has continued to recruit now that several linemen are committed, but he seems likely to end up elsewhere, with Virginia Tech being a strong possibility. UPDATE: Michigan asked Dickerson to reschedule his visit for after the season, but it is unlikely to get rescheduled.

Hit the jump for several more 2016 and 2017 prospects.
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11Aug 2015
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Visitor: August 14-16, 2015

Euless (TX) Trinity DT Chris Daniels

Chris Daniels – DT – Euless (TX) Trinity: Daniels is a 6’3″, 299 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Baylor, Michigan, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and USC, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 4-star, the #15 defensive tackle, and #149 overall. Daniels grew up in Muskegon, MI, and his childhood favorite school was Michigan. He visited Michigan earlier in the week. Michigan seems to be recruiting only a couple defensive tackles, including Rashan Gary, but Daniels is a guy they have kept in touch with throughout.

20Jun 2015
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Visitors: June 19-21, 2015

Montgomery (AL) Greenville defensive end Marlon Davidson (image via Scout)

TRANSFER
Jhonathon Williams – DE – Notre Dame: Williams, who graduated from Berrien Springs (MI) Berrien Springs, was recruited by Michigan out of high school in the 2014 class. He was a 247 Composite 3-star, the #46 strongside end, and #984 overall. Aside from a few MAC schools, Missouri, San Diego State, and Washington also pursued him. He was listed at 6’4″, 260 lbs. on Notre Dame’s roster but did not play at all, redshirt in 2014. Williams did not grow up in Michigan so he does not have a strong affinity for the in-state schools. He has been granted his release from the Fighting Irish, and he is also looking at Duke, Missouri, and Toledo.

2016
Tony Butler – CB – Lakewood (OH) St. Edward: Butler is a 6’2″, 195 lb. prospect who committed to Pitt in March; he also has offers from Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Rutgers, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #55 cornerback, and #609 overall. Butler is a former player of newly minted director of football operations Rick Finotti at St. Edward, and the Wolverines are thought to be making a push. However, Butler also covets an Ohio State offer, and while it may not be coming anytime soon, that would probably be his preferred destination. UPDATE: Butler had some car trouble and was unable to visit. He said on Twitter that he would reschedule.


Marlon Davidson – DE – Montgomery (AL) Greenville: Davidson is a 6’4″, 260 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, and USC, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 5-star, the #3 strongside end, and #23 overall. Davidson recently camped at Michigan’s satellite stop in Prattville, AL, but his Crystal Ball is 100% in favor of the home state Auburn Tigers. UPDATE: Davidson corrected the recruiting sites by saying he’ll visit on July 19, not in June.


Jonathan Jones – LB – Orlando (FL) Oak Ridge: Jones is a 6’1″, 220 lb. prospect with offers from Duke, Georgia, LSU, Miami, and Michigan, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #28 outside linebacker, and #403 overall. Jones recently had a good visit to Duke, but he is expected by many to commit to Michigan, perhaps even as early as this visit, which is taking place on June 17th. He has already set his official visit date for September 25th.

Hit the jump for another couple 2016 prospects and several 2017 players who will be on campus.


Josh Mueller – DE – Thiensville (WI) Homestead: Mueller is a 6’6″, 260 lb. prospect with offers from Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa State, Nevade, and some MAC programs. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #76 strongside end, and #1584 overall.

Jimmie Taylor – DE – Jacksonville (NC) Southwest: Taylor is a 6’3″, 220 lb. prospect with offers from Duke, Michigan, North Carolina, North Carolina State, and Tennessee, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #48 weakside end, and #777 overall. He is considered to be leaning toward North Carolina.

2017
Tarik Black – WR – Cheshire (CT) Cheshire Academy: Black is a 6’3″, 185 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Duke, Maryland, Michigan, Rutgers, and UConn, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #15 wide receiver, and #99 overall. On his swing through the midwest, he also plans to visit Ohio State.

Jack Coan – QB – West Sayville (TX) Sayville: Coan is a 6’3″, 190 lb. prospect with offers from Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Rutgers, and Syracuse. He’s a 247 Sports 3-star, the #12 pro-style quarterback, and #291 overall. As a sophomore in 2014, he completed 195/327 passes for 3,431 yards and 40 touchdowns. This will be Coan’s first visit to Michigan. As of right now, he and Dylan McCaffrey appear to be the two most likely quarterbacks to end up in Michigan’s 2017 class.

Jake Moretti – OT – Arvada (CA) Pomona: Moretti is a 6’5″, 285 lb. prospect with offers from Colorado, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oregon, and USC, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #10 offensive tackle, and #69 overall. His Crystal Ball has two votes for Colorado, but an Oregon offer last month may have propelled the Ducks beyond the Buffaloes.

Josh Palmer – WR – Fort Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas: Palmer is a 6’3″, 190 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan and Temple. He participated in the International Bowl last year and is transferring from a school in Canada to St. Thomas Aquinas, so he’s new to the south and doesn’t have allegiances down there. He attended the Sound Mind Sound Body camp two weeks ago in Macomb, MI.

Drew Singleton – LB – Paramus (NJ) Catholic: Singleton is a 6’2″, 215 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Michigan, and Ohio State, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #11 outside linebacker, and #142 overall. He is a teammate of 2016 defensive tackle Rashan Gary, 2016 wide receiver Donald Stewart, and 2017 defensive end Corey Bolds, all of whom have Michigan offers, and his former head coach is Michigan recruiting coordinator Chris Partridge. Singleton’s Crystal Ball is 100% in favor of Michigan.

Brock Wright – TE – Cypress (TX) Cy-Fair: Wright is a 6’4″, 243 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Baylor, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, and Texas A&M, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #1 tight end, and #57 overall. As a sophomore in 2014, he caught 17 passes for 369 yards and 2 touchdowns. Wright attended Michigan’s satellite camp in Houston, so he is familiar with the coaching staff already. He will be in town on Thursday, June 18.

2018
Allan Walters – QB – Paramus (NJ) Catholic:
 Walters is a 6’2″, 200 lb. prospect with offers from Rutgers and Temple. A teammate of Singleton’s, Walters will likely be the starting quarterback this fall for the perennial powerhouse. UPDATE: Walters was offered on his visit to campus.

11Jun 2015
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Visitors: June 12-14, 2015 and Sound Mind Sound Body Camp

Pembroke Pines (FL) Flanagan linebacker Devin Bush, Jr. (image via 247Sports.com)

The way information trickles out, it’s unclear at this point exactly which players will be visiting campus, going only to the Sound Mind Sound Body camp, or doing both. So there may be some overlap here, but I will try to keep track the best I can.

EDIT: I’ll be honest – keeping track of all the SMSB visitors is a fool’s errand. There are hundreds of players coming from all over the country. I’m doing my best to narrow it down to the elite players from across the country, and some of the more notable guys within the state. Obviously, since it’s taking place in Michigan, there are too many non-FBS-level locals to list here.

CAMPUS VISITORS
Harry Ballard III – WR – Florissant (MO) Mccluer North: Ballard is a 6’2″, 180 lb. prospect with an offer from Illinois. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #83 wide receiver, and #523 overall.

Devin Bush, Jr. – LB – Pembroke Pine (FL) Flanagan: Bush is a 6’0″, 220 lb. prospect who’s the son of former Florida State (and Dallas Cowboys) safety Devin Bush. The elder Bush is currently the head coach at Flanagan and hosted Michigan’s Summer Swarm camp just outside of Miami, FL. The younger Bush is a 247 Composite 4-star, the #9 inside linebacker, and #221 overall. While Florida State remains the overwhelming favorite (100% of the Crystal Ball predictions on 247 Sports), word is that Michigan has a fighting chance.


Chase Claypool – WR – Abbotsford (BC) Abbotsford: Claypool is a 6’5″, 205 lb. prospect out of British Columbia. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #145 wide receiver, and #940 overall. Oregon seemed like the early favorite, and Notre Dame’s offer also piqued Claypool’s interest. A visit to Michigan shows a fair amount of interest, and Michigan does have some history of developing Canadian players, such as former defensive tackle Renaldo Sagesse. Claypool will be in town on June 11, right before the weekend begins.

Alphonso Cornish, Jr. – OT – Towson (MD) Calvert Hall: Cornish has no significant recruiting profile, but the guy is listed at 6’6″, 400 lbs. Wow.

Micah Croom – S – La Mirada (CA) La Mirada: Croom is a 6’2″, 190 lb. prospect who committed to Utah in November 2014; he also has offers from Colorado, Illinois, and Indiana, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #45 safety, and #662 overall. It’s unclear at this point when exactly Croom plans to be in Ann Arbor, but his midwest tour starts on June 10th and he plans to visit Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Michigan State.

Hit the jump for several more names.

Brennon Dingle – WR – Baltimore (MD) Archbishop Spalding:

Beau English – QB – Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha:

Tyshon Fogg – LB – Towson (MD) Calvert Hall:


Devin Gil – S – Pembroke Pines (FL) Flanagan:
 A teammate of Bush’s, Gil is a 6’1″, 205 lb. prospect who committed to Miami in January; he also has offers from Louisville, Michigan, and several other programs. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #63 safety, and #931 overall. There has been talk that Bush and Gil will end up as a package deal, although Bush appears not to have much interest in Miami, and Florida State does not have much interest in Gil. If the two do pull off the package deal, Michigan could be a compromise option since the Wolverines have offered both prospects.

Nijuel Hill – CB – Towson (MD) Calvert Hall:

Jonathan Jones – LB – Orlando (FL) Oak Ridge: Jones is a 6’1″, 220 lb. prospect with offers from Georgia, LSU, Miami, Michigan, and Oklahoma, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #27 outside linebacker, and #396 overall. Soon after Michigan offered, he named Michigan his leader. At this point all twelve of the Crystal Ball predictions have him going to Michigan. There has been a lot of speculation that he will commit on the trip to Ann Arbor, which will be on June 17. He will be at Nike’s The Opening in July.

Joshua Kaindoh – DE – Essex (MD) Our Lady of Mt. Carmel: Kaindoh is a 6’6″, 235 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, and Ohio State, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #2 weakside end, and #54 overall. I would expect Michigan to get involved, but right now he looks like a Penn State lean.


Xavier Kelly – DE – Wichita (KS) East: Kelly is a 6’5″, 255 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, and numerous others. He was previously committed to Kansas State. Kelly is a 247 Composite 4-star, the #8 weakside end, and #125 overall. It’s unclear where Kelly is leaning because his recruitment has exploded over the past couple months. Michigan is recruiting him as a Buck linebacker, which is a hybrid defensive end/linebacker. He has committed to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. (Check out some of his basketball highlights HERE).


Sean McKeon – TE – Dudley (MA) Shepherd Hill: McKeon is a 6’5″, 230 lb. prospect with offers from Boston College, UConn, and UMass, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #64 tight end, and #1527 overall. When Michigan offered recently, McKeon almost immediately set up a visit to Ann Arbor. At this juncture, Michigan is clearly his best offer.

Josh Metellus – S – Pembroke Pines (FL) Flanagan: Metellus is a 6’0″, 187 lb. prospect who picked up an offer from the Wolverines after this weekend’s satellite camp; he’s currently committed to Georgia Southern. He’s a 247 Composite 2-star, the #134 safety, and #1915 overall. Metellus is a teammate of Bush and Gil.

Trayvon Mullen – CB – Pompano Beach (FL) Coconut Creek: Mullen is a 6’2″, 197 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Michigan, Ohio State, and numerous others. He’s a 247 Composite 4-star, the #5 cornerback, and #40 overall. He and some of his teammates will be visiting Michigan and several other schools on a midwest swing, although Mullen does not have much interest in playing for the Wolverines.


Jahcour Pearson – WR – Pembroke Pines (FL) Flanagan: Pearson is a 5’8″, 170 lb. prospect who is committed to Northern Illinois; he also has offers from Cincinnati, Miami-OH, and Toledo, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #230 wide receiver, and #1602 overall. A teammate of Bush and Gil, Pearson’s planned visit was tentative and has not been recently confirmed. I encourage you to watch his highlights, because while he lacks great breakaway speed, his balance and elusiveness as a slot receiver are pretty enticing.

Donovan Peoples-Jones – WR – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech: Peoples-Jones, a 2017 prospect, is a 6’2″, 190 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, and Stanford, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #3 wide receiver, and #12 overall. He has visits to Florida and USC scheduled for later this month. He and his parents will all be visiting Michigan together for the first time. He participated in the Rivals 5-star Challenge last weekend and earned an invitation to Nike’s The Opening, which will take place in July. He posted a 4.45 forty and a 38″ vertical in testing.

Patrice Rene – CB – Alexandria (VA) Episcopal: Rene is a 6’1″, 180 lb. prospect with offers from Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers, and Virginia Tech, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #33 cornerback, and #343 overall. He is a transfer from Canada and has strong interest in Michigan, despite a lack of an offer. Unfortunately, most of the coaching staff will be out of town during Rene’s visit, but he will still get a tour of campus and be able to meet the coaches who are not on the Summer Swarm tour.

Cordarrian Richardson – RB – Memphis (TN) Trezevant: Richardson, a 2017 prospect, is a 5’10”, 220 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, and Tennessee, among others. He’s a 247 Sports 3-star, the #21 running back, and #266 overall. Prior to the SMSB camp, he visited Michigan on Wednesday and picked up an offer. He did not play football until his sophomore year of high school.

Morgan Scroggins – WR – Towson (MD) Calvert Hall:

Steven Smothers – WR – Reisterstown (MD) Franklin: Smothers is a 5’10”, 152 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio State, Tennessee, and West Virginia, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 4-star, the #16 wide receiver, and #111 overall. He was offered by Michigan a while ago, but this will be his first time visiting campus.

Amon-Ra St. Brown – WR – Anaheim (CA) Servite: St. Brown, a 2018 prospect, is a 5’10”, 160 lb. receiver with offers from Utah and Washington State. (See below for a little bit more info.)

Osiris St. Brown – WR – Anaheim (CA) Servite: St. Brown is a 6’1″, 178 lb. prospect with offers from Miami, Michigan, Notre Dame, and others. He’s a 247 Sports 4-star, the #7 wide receiver, and #27 overall. His brother Equanimeous will be a freshman at Notre Dame in the fall. News came out recently that Osiris and his younger brother, Amon-Ra, will be transferring from Servite, although I have not heard a definitive destination.

Jonathan Sutherland – CB – Alexandria (VA) Episcopal: Sutherland, a 2017 prospect, is a 6’0″, 190 lb. player with offers from Miami, Nebraska, Rutgers, Virginia, and Wisconsin, among others. Another Canadian transfer, Sutherland is currently leaning toward the Scarlet Knights.

Naseir Upshur – TE – Philadelphia (PA) Imhotep: I wrote up a scouting report on Upshur back in April (LINK). He will be in town for the SMSB camp and plans to swing through campus again while he’s in the area. He is one of Michigan’s top targets at tight end and strongly considering the Wolverines.

Johncarlo Valentin – OG – Philadelphia (PA) Imhotep: Valentin is a 6’5″, 290 lb. prospect with offers from Arizona State, Auburn, Michigan, Pitt, and Rutgers, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 3-star, the #14 offensive guard, and #360 overall. He is a teammate of Upshur’s.

Donte Vaughn – CB – Memphis (TN) Whitehaven: Vaughn is a 6’3″, 192 lb. prospect with offers from Auburn, LSU, Miami, Ole Miss, and Tennessee, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 4-star, the #27 cornerback, and #302 overall. There’s a good chance that he will end up as a safety at the next level. He attends the alma mater of 2015 linebacker Josh McMillon (Alabama), who was very close to committing to Michigan at one point.

Binjimen Victor – WR – Pompano Beach (FL) Coconut Creek: Victor is a 6’4″, 172 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Florida, LSU, Michigan, and Ohio State, among others. He’s a 247 Composite 4-star, the #11 wide receiver, and #80 overall, plus a U.S. Army All-American.

Luiji Vilian – DE – Alexandria (VA) Episcopal: Vilian, another 2017 prospect from Canada, is a 6’3″, 250 lb. end with offers from Minnesota, Penn State, Rutgers, and Syracuse. He’s a 247 Composite 4-star, the #4 weakside end, and #83 overall. The highest regarded of the Canadian trio – who all transferred to Episcopal at the same time – Vilian is also thought to be leaning toward Rutgers. The three of them want to pay together in college, although they’re not necessarily a package deal.

Jamyest Williams – CB – Lawrenceville (GA) Archer:

Malek Young – CB – Pompano Beach (FL) Coconut Creek: Young is a 5’10”, 175 lb. prospect who is committed to Georgia; he also held an offer from Michigan, at least from Brady Hoke’s staff. Young is a 247 Composite 3-star, the #43 cornerback, and #470 overall. He’s a teammate of Mullen and Victor’s.

SOUND MIND SOUND BODY CAMP PARTICIPANTS
2016
Abdul Adams – RB – Washington (DC) Woodson
Brandon Adams – RB – Orchard Lake (MI) St. Mary’s
Alexander Angelas – OG – Northville (MI) Northville
Jordan Asbury – OG – Warren (MI) De La Salle
Harry Ballard III – DT – Florissant (MO) McCluer
Korey Banks, Jr. – WR – Sandy Creek (GA) Sandy Creek*
Drew Beesley – DE – Warren (MI) De La Salle
Chase Behrndt – OG – St. Joseph (MO) Lafayette
Dwight Blakey – WR – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech
Cedric Boswell – RB – Birmingham (MI) Groves
Dontre Boyd – CB – Detroit (MI) King
Caleb Bright – OG – Urbandale (IA) Urbandale
Jonathan Brys – DE – Jackson (MI) Lumen Christi
Kyle Brunson – RB – Farmington (MI) Farmington
Brandon Burton – S – Gardena (CA) Junipero Serra
Jacob Cerny – OT – Traverse City (MI) West
Jordan Chin – WR – West Hills (CA) Chaminade
Justin Clark – CB – West Bloomfield (MI) West Bloomfield
Chase Claypool – WR – Abbotsford (BC) Abbotsford*
Christian Colon – DT – Charlotte (NC) Independence
Donnie Corley – WR – Detroit (MI) King
Nate Craig-Myers – WR – Tampa (FL) Catholic*
Micah Croom – S – La Mirada (CA) La Mirada (Utah)
Messiah DeWeaver – QB – Huber Heights (OH) Wayne (Michigan State)*
Brennon Dingle – WR – Baltimore (MD) Archbishop Spalding
Bailey Edwards – WR – Berkley (MI) Berkley
Joshuwa Eldridge – DE – Clintondale (MI) Clintondale
Jabari Ellis – DT – Santee (SC) Lake Marion
Nolan Eriksen – RB – Clarkston (MI) Clarkston
Adam Farah – WR – Forest Hills (MI) Northern
Trenton Fincher – OT – East Kentwood (MI) East Kentwood
Desmond Fitzpatrick – WR – Farmington (MI) Farmington (Louisville)*
Tyshon Fogg – LB – Towson (MD) Calvert Hall
David Garfunkel – OT – Yorba Linda (CA) Yorba Linda
Tobias Gilliam – S – Huber Heights (OH) Wayne
Nolan Givan – WR – Berkley (MI) Berkley
Chauncey Golston – DE – Detroit (MI) East English Village (Iowa)
Xavier Goodall – RB – Richmond (VA) Henrico
Daelin Hayes – LB – Ann Arbor (MI) Skyline (USC)*
Sam Heckel – OT – Waukesha (WI) West
Jake Heinrich – OT – Urbandale (IA) Urbandale
Lavert Hill – CB – Detroit (MI) King (Penn State)*
Nijuel Hill – CB – Towson (MD) Calvert Hall
Gunner Hoak – QB – Dublin (OH) Coffman
Alaric Jackson – OT – Detroit (MI) Renaissance
Jakkar Jackson – S – Farmington (MI) Farmington
Trishton Jackson – WR – West Bloomfield (MI) West Bloomfield
Naquan Jones – DT – Evanston (IL) Evanston (Michigan State)*
Michael Jordan – OT – Plymouth (MI) Plymouth*
Daniel Joseph – DE – Lake Forest (IL) Academy*
Xavier Kelly – DE – Wichita (KS) East*
Cedrick Lattimore – DE – Detroit (MI) East English Village (Iowa)
Jalen Martin – WR – Harper Woods (MI) Chandler Park
Ostell Martin – OT – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech
Edrick Matthews II – DT – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech
Zechariah Macphearson – CB – Upper Marlboro (MD) Riverview Baptist
Nolan Meekhof – RB – Grandville (MI) Grandville
Navon Mosley – CB – West Bloomfield (MI) West Bloomfield
Justin Myrick – CB – Orchard Lake (MI) St. Mary’s
Moe Neal – RB – Gastonia (NC) Forestview
Michael Onwenu – OG – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech (Michigan)*
Leon Page – DE – Detroit (MI) King
Reggie Pearson – S – River Rouge (MI) River Rouge
Michael Perry – DT – Memphis (TN) Whitehaven
Martell Pettaway – RB – Detroit (MI) King
Tony Poljan – QB – Lansing (MI) Catholic (Minnesota)
Tylen Redding – CB – Warren (MI) Mott
David Reese – LB – Farmington (MI) Farmington (Michigan)*
Armani Rogers – QB – Los Angeles (CA) Hamilton (Cal)
Eric Rogers – LB – Warren (MI) De La Salle
Montez Rush – WR – Indianapolis (IN) Lawrence Central
Rodney Saulsberry, Jr. – CB – Memphis (TN) Whitehaven
Sir Patrick Scott – CB – Upper Marlboro (MD) Riverview Baptist
Morgan Scroggins – WR – Towson (MD) Calvert Hall
Jimmy Seewald – QB – Dearborn (MI) Divine Child
Jake Smith – QB – Ithaca (MI) Ithaca
Steven Smothers – WR – Reisterstown (MD) Franklin*
Noah Turner – TE – Mundelein (IL) Catholic
Naseir Upshur – TE – Philadelphia (PA) Imhotep*
Johncarlo Valentin – OG – Philadelphia (PA) Imhotep*
Demetric Vance – S – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech (Michigan State)*
Donte Vaughn – CB – Memphis (TN) Whitehaven
Binjimen Victor – WR – Pompano Beach (FL) Coconut Creek*
Devin Waldon – LB – Detroit (MI) East English Village
Christian Wallace – RB – Sealy (TX) Sealy
Tim Walton – LB – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech
Robert Washington – RB – Mount Holly (NC) Mountain Island*
B.J. Watson – RB – Towson (MD) Calvert Hall
Mark Wilson – WR – Detroit (MI) Renaissance
Tru Wilson – S – Warren (MI) De La Salle
Malek Young – CB – Pompano Beach (FL) Coconut Creek (Georgia)*

2017
Johnathan Berghorst – DE – Zeeland (MI) East
Richard Bowens – WR – Orchard Lake (MI) St. Mary’s
Bryce Brand – DT – Concord (CA) Clayton Valley
Zachary Carter – DE – Tampa (FL) Hillsborough
Christian Colon – DT – Charlotte (NC) Independence
Erick Eldridge – OG – Southfield (MI) Southfield
Beau English – QB – Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha
Daquon Green – WR – Tampa (FL) Tampa Bay Tech*
Ja’Raymond Hall – OT – Oak Park (MI) Oak Park*
Rodney Hall – QB – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech
K.J. Hamler – WR – Orchard Lake (MI) St. Mary’s*
Jaylon Jackson – WR – Cedar Hill (TX) Cedar Cliff
Domonic Johnson – QB – Windsor (Ont.) Catholic Central
Donovan Johnson – CB – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech
Juanye Johnson – OG – Muskegon (MI) Muskegon
Charles Jones – RB – Ann Arbor (MI) Skyline
Joshua Kaindoh – DE – Essex (MD) Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
Jaylen Kelly-Powell – S – Detroit (MI) King*
Tre McKitty – TE – Tampa (FL) Catholic
Tanner Motz – LB – St. John’s (MI) St. John’s
Jayvaughn Myers – CB – Dade City (FL) Pasco
Josh Palmer – WR – Fort Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas
Donovan Parker – WR – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech
Donovan Peoples-Jones – WR – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech*
Isaiah Pryor – S – Lawrenceville (GA) Archer*
Cordarrian Richardson – RB – Memphis (TN) Trezevant*
Obie Ricumstrict – WR – Mt. Pleasant (MI) Mt. Pleasant
Hunter Rison – WR – Ann Arbor (MI) Skyline
Davondre Robinson – S – Santee (SC) Lake Marion
Joshua Ross – LB – Orchard Lake (MI) St. Mary’s*
Antjuan Simmons – RB – Ann Arbor (MI) Pioneer
Osiris St. Brown – WR – Servite (CA) Servite*
Allen Stritzinger – RB – Warren (MI) De La Salle*
Ambry Thomas – CB – Detroit (MI) King*
Aapri Washington – CB – Huntersville (NC) Mountain Island
Donovan Williams – CB – Detroit (MI) King
Jamyest Williams – CB – Lawrenceville (GA) Archer*
Marcus Williamson – CB – Westerville (OH) South (Ohio State)*
Kyle Wood – QB – Rochester (MI) Adams

2018
Tavian Gould – RB – Southlake (TX) Carroll
Brandon Gray – WR – Southfield (MI) Southfield
Julian Jordan – QB – Detroit (MI) King
Brandon Leach – QB – Pinckney (MI) Pinckney
Marquan McCall – OG – Oak Park (MI) Oak Park
Teradja Mitchell – LB – Virginia Beach (VA) Bayside
Ovie Oghoufo – WR – Farmington Hills (MI) Harrison
Tyrone Sampson, Jr. – C – Detroit (MI) East English Village
Amon-Ra St. Brown – WR – Anaheim (CA) Servite

2019
Austin Brown – QB – Novi (MI) Catholic Central
Samuel Johnson III – QB – Southfield (MI) Southfield
Dwan Mathis – QB – Belleville (MI) Belleville

*Offered by Michigan