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Wednesday Michigan Recruiting Roundup: 2016 Commits Release Highlight Videos

In this edition, check out the highlight reels of Brandon Peters (QB) and Vic Viramontes (ATH), both 2016 Michigan commits. Also, read which Top100 athlete included the Wolverines in his Top 8 and learn more about Michigan's newest offer.

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On Monday, we outlined how several Michigan 2016 commits fared this past weekend in high school play. Two of those players were Avon, IN (Avon) QB Brandon Peters and Norco, CA (Norco) ATH Vic Viramontes.

Peters has been spectacular through the first seven games of the season, leading his team against one of the toughest schedules in the state of Indiana. On Monday, he released his mid-season highlight reel.

The four-star commit is ranked 7th at his position in the 2016 class and is expected to be in attendance for the Michigan-Michigan State matchup on Oct. 17.

Peters' stat line through 7 games: 1723 yards, 23 TD, 3 Rush TD, 2 INT, 128.3 QB rating

In addition to Peters, Viramontes released his week six highlight video on Monday, per Steve Lorenz of Wolverine247 (FREE). Viramontes led his team to a 50-34 victory over Serrano HS, throwing for 185 yards and three touchdowns, complemented with 113 yards on the ground and another score.

The three-star commit took his official visit to Ann Arbor back in September, witnessing the Wolverines' victory over Oregon State.

Viramontes' stat line through 5 games: 774 yards, 8 TD, 6 INT

G Joshua Fedd-Jackson Offered by Michigan

On Monday, Michigan extended an offer to North Arlington, NJ (St. Joseph) G Joshua Fedd-Jackson, according to Tim Sullivan of TheWolverine.com (FREE).

The 2017 prospect (6-3, 304) also holds an offer from Rutgers. Fedd-Jackson is planning on taking his unofficial visit to Ann Arbor later this fall.

Here are Fedd-Jackson's highlights from his sophomore season:

Top100 ATH Has Michigan in Top 8

Westwood, NJ (N Valley Reg H Old Tappan) ATH Jordan Fuller announced his top 8 per his Twitter account on Monday night, and Michigan made the cut.

The 2016 four-star recruit is the 9th-ranked athlete at his position and sits at No. 5 in the state of New Jersey. Also included in his top 8 were Rutgers, UCLA, TCU, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Penn State, and Virginia Tech.

In 4 games thus far this season, Fuller has accumulated 472 all-purpose yards, which includes both rushing and receiving. He also has 5 total tackles.

Here are Fuller's highlights from his junior season:

Michigan Will Host Pair of Defensive Ends for Northwestern Game

On Tuesday, Steve Wiltfong of Wolverine247 ($) confirmed that two highly-touted 2016 defensive ends will be in attendance for the Michigan-Northwestern matchup this Saturday in Ann Arbor.

The first one is four-star DE Quayshon Alexander, who committed to Nebraska back in June. Alexander is the 18th-ranked weak-side defensive end in his class and is yet another product from New Jersey (De Paul Catholic).

Here are Alexander's highlights from his junior season:

In addition to Alexander, three-star Allen, TX (Allen) product Levi Onwuzurike will take his official visit to campus this weekend. He is ranked at No. 24 in the nation at his position, and is also considering Baylor, Georgia, TCU, and Texas Tech.

Here are Onwuzurike's highlights from his junior and the beginning of his senior season:

Check back to Maize ‘n Brew on Friday for a complete list of the recruits slated to visit on Saturday.

‘Bama Commit Weighs Visit to Michigan This Season

Alabama commit and 2016 three-star tight end Miller Forristall is considering taking an official visit to Ann Arbor later this season, according to Steve Lorenz of Wolverine247 ($). He says that he will decide in the next few days.

Forristall highly values both athletics and academics, so Michigan is high on his radar. Tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh has been in constant communication with Forristall since he committed to the Crimson Tide back in June, and has emphasized how the player would thrive in the Michigan offense.

Forristall is currently ranked No. 15 in his class according to the 247Composite.