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Wednesday Michigan Recruiting Roundup: Rashan Gary to Visit U-M Prior to National Signing Day

In this edition, the top overall prospect in the 2016 class will pay a visit to U-M in January, see which four-star linebacker is high on Michigan, learn more about the Wolverines' newest PWO offer, and much more.

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Good news, Michigan fans: per his mother during an interview with 247Sports (FREE), Rashan Gary will pay another visit to Ann Arbor in January prior to National Signing Day, which is February 3rd.

According to Gary's mother, this visit will serve as a "complete walk through" for the entire family. She is high on the academics of Michigan along with the environment of Ann Arbor and the student body.

The number one overall prospect for the 2016 class has visited Michigan three times already, including his official during the weekend of the BYU game.

Gary's 247 Crystal Ball is currently set to the Wolverines.

Michigan Cracks Top 3 for 2016 4* LB

Four-star linebacker Devin Bush Jr. (Hollywood, FL) announced his top three over the weekend following an official visit at Auburn. Per Keith Niebuhr of Wolverine247 ($), the list is a three-way tie between the Tigers, Florida State, and Michigan.

Bush Jr. is the 11th-ranked linebacker in the 2016 cycle per the 247Composite. He is expected to make his decision in mid-December, as he plans on enrolling early at whichever institution he chooses.

He is set to visit Ann Arbor during the weekend of the game against Ohio State.

Michigan Offers PWO Spot to 2016 WR

Per his Twitter page on Monday evening, 2016 wide receiver Greg Gamble (Moorestown, NJ) has been offered a preferred walk-on spot for the 2016 class by the Wolverines.

Check out Gamble's senior season highlights here, courtesy of Hudl:

Top 2016 Michigan Target Announces Decision Date

Four-star offensive tackle Jean Delance (Mesquite, TX) has announced that he will make his college decision at the Under-Armour All-American game on January 2nd, according to Steve Lorenz of Wolverine247 (FREE). Delance is currently the 11th-ranked OT in the 2016 cycle and 13th in the state of Texas.

While Delance is weighing several programs at the moment, including Alabama, LSU, and Ohio State, many believe that either Michigan or Texas will host his services next season.

Delance is slated to visit Ann Arbor for ‘The Game' on November 28th.

Read more on Delance here and check out his junior year highlights here, courtesy of Hudl.

Michigan 2016 Commit Releases Senior Highlight Video

Four-star all-purpose back and 2016 Michigan commit Chris Evans has released a highlight reel from his senior season, per Hudl.

During his final season of high school play, Evans has accumulated 1,115 total yards, averaging 111 yards per game, according to Max Preps. He has also recorded 19 total touchdowns in 2015.

Check out the highlight video here:

U-M Commit Named to U.S. Army Player of the Year Semifinalist List

The semifinalists were named for the U.S. Army Player of the Year on Tuesday, and Michigan commit Brandon Peters (Avon, IN) made the cut. This award is given to the most outstanding high school senior football player.

During his senior season, the four-star quarterback led his team to the Indiana state final four and completed 60 percent of his passes. He threw for 2,803 yards with 35 touchdowns and only 5 interceptions. Peters plans on enrolling early at Michigan.

The winner of the award will be named on January 8th during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Awards Show.

Per Barton Simmons of Wolverine247 (FREE), you can check out the rest of the semifinalists here.

ICYMI: Matt Falcon Decommits from Wolverines

On Sunday, three-star running back Matt Falcon (Southfield, MI) announced via his Twitter page that he has decommitted from Michigan's 2016 class and will pursue other options that would allow him to continue playing football.

This move was expected. Last month, Falcon revealed that Coach Harbaugh revoked his athletic scholarship and offered him a medical one in its replacement due to the amount of injuries he has sustained during his high school career.

Michigan has three running backs remaining on the 2016 commitment list in Chris Evans, Kingston Davis, and Kiante Enis.