|Detroit (MI) Cass Tech running back Mikey Weber|
Joshua Alabi – DT – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech: Alabi, a 2015 prospect, is a 6’5″, 245-pounder with offers from Michigan and Michigan State. Cass Tech has also sent numerous players to Michigan in recent years, including 2013 prospects David Dawson, Delano Hill, and Jourdan Lewis. UPDATE: Alabi did not end up making the trip.
Jayru Campbell – QB – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech: Campbell, a 2015 prospect, is a 6’3″, 190 lb. quarterback with offers from Alabama, Michigan State, and Notre Dame. As a sophomore in 2012, he had 2,000 passing yards, 32 touchdowns, and 6 interceptions. He led the Technicians to state championships in his freshman and sophomore seasons.
Daniel Helm – TE – Chatham (IL) Glenwood: Helm is a 6’5″, 220 lb. tight end with offers from Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina State, Northwestern, and Tennessee. Rivals recently ranked him the #201 player overall for the class of 2014. As a junior in 2012, he had 44 receptions for 810 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Gary Hosey – RB/LB – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech: Hosey is a 6’0″, 225 lb. inside linebacker or fullback with offers from Ball State, Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan, Illinois, and Toledo.
Keith Jones – DE – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech: Jones is a 6’0″, 240 lb. defensive end with no offers at this time. He claims a 4.74 forty time and a 315 lb. bench press, both of which are impressive numbers for someone his age. He’s somewhat short for an FBS defensive end prospect, but he still has a couple years to grow.
Mikey Weber – RB – Detroit (MI) Cass Tech: Weber, a 2015 prospect, is a 5’10”, 190 lb. back with offers from Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State, and Syracuse. As a sophomore in 2012, he had 1,700 rushing yards and 21 touchdowns.
Parrker Westphal – CB – Bolingbrook (IL) Bolingbrook: Westphal is a 6’0″, 186 lb. prospect with offers from Florida, Illinois, Nebraska, Notre Dame, and Ohio State, among others. As a junior in 2012, he had 51 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 3 interceptions, 4 forced fumbles, and 1 fumble recovery. He’s a thick-bodied corner who is being recruited as a boundary corner and potentially a slot corner, but I think he also has the size to potentially play either safety position. While he doesn’t have great speed, he’s fast enough to be a quality player at the next level. Westphal has maintained throughout most of the recruiting process that Michigan is his leader, so it would not surprise me if he commits at any time. His high school coach Todd Howard had 151 tackles, 8 interceptions, and 33 pass breakups as a cornerback for Michigan from 1998-2001.
Several class of 2013 signees are visiting campus, including Derrick Green.
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