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Michigan offers 2016 four-star defensive end Quayshon Alexander

The Michigan coaching staff is busy heading into the home stretch for the 2015 recruiting class. However, it didn't stop the coaches from offering a 2016 prospect on Thursday.

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Wayne, N.J. -- National Signing Day for the 2015 class is just under a week away. However, the Michigan coaching staff didn't forget to add an offer from a 2016 prospect on Thursday.

According to DePaul Catholic High School's Twitter account, 2016 four-star defensive end Quayshon Alexander (Wayne, New Jersey) has been offered by Michigan.

The six-foot-two and 212-pound prospect is projected to be a weak-side defensive end according to his 247Sports profile.

Michigan's offer is the fourth for Alexander in this cycle. Rutgers, Miami and Pittsburgh have all extended offers to Alexander with in-state school Rutgers being the presumed leader for his services according to 247Sports' Crystal Ball feature.

Alexander is also known for his wrestling prowess at DePaul Catholic and has aspirations of becoming a WWE superstar according to his bio on Twitter.