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Ohio grad transfer point guard Jaaron Simmons will officially become Wolverine in the near future. The first-team All-Mid-American Conference shared some UM related items to his social media accounts: " class="wp-smiley" style="height: 1em; max-height: 1em;" /> " class="wp-smiley" style="height: 1em; max-height: 1em;" /> " class="wp-smiley" style="height: 1em; max-height: 1em...
BJ Foster, a five-star safety out of Texas, will announce his college selection on June 5th. The nation’s top safety has finalists on his mind: ⭕️〽️ — Thebjfoster (@nofear_2) May 22, 2017 Texas is believed to be the leader for the top safety.
Take a look at one coaches view of Michigan’s team in 2017 and the future of the program under Jim Harbaugh, via Athlon Sports:
While Michigan is still right in the thick of recruiting the 2018 class, the Wolverines are making inroads with many elite 2019 prospects. Steve Lorenz, 247sports’ Michigan Insider, put in a Crystal Ball prediction for soon-to-be five-star DE Chris Hinton out of Georgia: Lorenz also believes the Wolverines are the team to beat for four-star in-state safety Marvin Grant:
James Graham, a 2018 ‘athlete’ out of Fitzgerald, Georgia, released his top 10 schools to his Twitter account. pic.twitter.com/oBcnfXiRFW — Jesse Lynch (@CoachJesseLynch) May 19, 2017 Graham, who holds an offer from Michigan, visited the Wolverines back in April.
Joe Milton, a 2018 Michigan QB commit, shared this tweet about what he hopes for his family and his mother: " class="wp-smiley" style="height: 1em; max-height: 1em;" /> " class="wp-smiley" style="height: 1em; max-height: 1em;" /> " class="wp-smiley" style="height: 1em; max-height: 1em;" />" class="wp-smiley" style="height: 1em; max-height: 1em;" />" class="wp-smiley"...
The University of Michigan Board of Regents voted to approve a new $21 million weight room for the UM football program earlier this year. According to ESPN’s Dan Murphy, the new facility will be 32,000 square feet or about 2/3rd of a football field.
David Long, who redshirted last year, could be a starting cornerback next fall. The California native showed off the work he’s putting in during break (hit the arrows in the app to see more videos).
James Ohonba, a four-star offensive tackle out of Stockbridge, Georiga, has Alabama USC, LSU, and Michigan as his top four schools. pic.twitter.com/6YUk6Pmf6D — mDUD (@JamesOhonba) May 18, 2017 Flip the page to see a Michigan commit’s response
Michigan was the top school for sending players to the NFL in 2017. Aubrey Solomon, an incoming freshman defensive tackle, was impressed: ♂️…. GO BLUE 〽️‼️ https://t.co/6ahdiv3Nes — Aubrey Solomon (@AubreySolomon91) May 18, 2017
After his freshman year at Texas, Jordan Elliott, a former four-star defensive tackle, will transfer: Elliott, a one-time Michigan pledge, ended up choosing the Longhorns over the Wolverines on National Signing Day in 2016.
Noah Cain, the top RB in the 2019 class, is appreciating all the love he’s receiving from the Maize and Blue: love is getting stronger daily… https://t.co/smbC2GbvCa — Noah Cain (@therealnoahcain) May 18, 2017 Here’s Rasean Reeves talking about the Wolveirnes going after the IMG Academy product: Related: See What An Incoming UM Freshman Tweeted To Cain
Mustapha Muhammad, a four-star TE in the 2018 class, tweeted about the possibility of playing in the SEC. — Mustapha (@MustaphaM_) May 19, 2017 Mustapha has a Crystal Ball that reads 100% Michigan. The Texas native is expected to take his recruitment until National Signing Day.
Michael Barrett, a three-star out of Valdosta, Georgia, received this Michigan edit: 〽️ https://t.co/nmKC5O7paK — MB1️⃣ (@mikebarrett_MB1) May 18, 2017 Barrett, the No. 19 dual-threat QB in the 2018 class, holds an offer from the Wolverines, who are recruiting him as an ‘athlete’.
Dameon Pierce, a four-star RB, re-opened his recruitment from Alabama this week: Pierce, the No. 5 tailback in the 2018 class, could one to follow moving forward. The 5-foot-11, 205-pounder is from Bainbridge, Georgia and the Wolverines have made recruiting the Peach State a priority.
Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DNA’ on this recent Michigan Football video:
Myles Sims, a four-star Michigan DB pledge out of Atlanta, Georgia was sent the following edit from the Wolverines’ staff: As you can see in the edit above, the Wolverines are making a Michigan education a priority for recruits.
Michigan could be getting some very good news in the near future with two of their top offensive tackle targets in 2018. Jaylen Mayfield, the No. 1 ranked prospect in Michigan, is set to announce his college decision next Tuesday. All indications are that the Grand Rapids, Michigan native will be picking the Wolverines: Ryan Hayes, a Traverse City, Michigan native, is expected to...
Rivals’ Brandon Brown published an article highlighting the Wolverines’ 2018 WR targets. Brown believes Kamryn Babb, 247sports’ No. 1 WR in the 2018 class, will eventually become a Wolverine: The 6-1, 175-pounder smiled and said yes when asked if Michigan would be a part of his process until he makes a decision and he’s fully expected to include the Wolverines in his top...
Jordan Anthony, an incoming five-star linebacker, is doing his best to get Noah Cain, the No. 1 RB in the 2019 class and a fellow IMG Academy product, to join him in Ann Arbor. Anthony sent Cain the following message: Flip the page to see the response from Cain
Leonard Taylor, a one-time Michigan pledge out of Springfield, Ohio, re-opened his recruitment back in August 2016. Taylor, ranked as the No. 251 recruit in the 2018 class, has seen several recent Crystal Balls go in favor of Kentucky:
Jalen Mayfield, a four-star offensive tackle out of Grand Rapids, Michigan, is set to announce his college commitment on May 23rd. Based on Mayfield’s recent Twitter follows, the No. 1 prospect in Michigan is thinking about being a Wolverine. Mayfield is now following every #BlueBloods18 member on Twitter – Joe Milton, German and Gemon Green, Myles Sims, Christian Turner, Aidan...
James Hudson, a 6-foot5, 290-pound defensive lineman out of Toledo, Ohio, is ready for his next stop of Ann Arbor after finishing high school. — James Hudson III ™ (@__BallisLife2) May 17, 2017 Hudson could be an immediate contributor for the Wolverines on the defensive line next fall.
Incoming Michigan RB O’Maury Samuels is sporting a new Twitter profile: Samuels is quite built at 5-foot-10 and 190-pounds:
Jarrian Jones, a safety out of Mississippi in the 2019 class, is excited for an upcoming trip to Michigan. — Jarrian Jones (@7reasons1k) May 18, 2017 Jones, a one-time Mississippi State pledge who holds a Michigan offer, could make the trip with Jerrion Ealy, a four-star 2019 RB out of Mississippi: Lets make that move . — Jarrian Jones (@7reasons1k) May 18, 2017
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