Lately, Michigan's gotten used to recruits changing their minds. However, if Mook Reynolds so desires, Wolverines coach Brady Hoke could be in for a little recruit redemption.
According to reports, Michigan has offered Reynolds, a 4-star corner out Greensboro, N.C. The 5'10," 170-pound Northern Guilford senior-to-be could take the place of Shaun Crawford, who recently committed to Notre Dame, which appears to be in the mix, along with Tennessee, for the VT commit.
Michigan Wolverine Recruiting: Mook Reynolds 2015 CB Offered: Posted at 8:00am — 6/18/2014 Michigan Wolverine ... http://t.co/9BPhSsrp95— GBMWolverine (@GBMWolverine) June 18, 2014
Clint Brewster (@clintbrew247) June 14, 2014
According to 247Sports, Reynolds is the No. 25-ranked CB of 2015. Due to great recruiting, Michigan's versatility and power in the secondary has been widely celebrated. Should Reynolds join, the Wolverines would have a trio of 4-star DBs pledged to their 2015 class.
Update: Michigan extended an offer to a son of a champ. Yes, Elijah Holyfield, whose father's ear was bitten by Iron Mike Tyson, has been invited to join the Wolverines' 2016 class, per reports. He's not rated by 247Sports, but Scout.com pegs the 5'11," 190-pounder out of Atlanta Woodward as a 3-star running back.
More on Evander's son to come this week...
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