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Monday Michigan Recruiting Roundup: Decision Dates Set For 2016 Recruits

In this edition, find out which pair of recruits have announced their decision dates in the coming week.

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Tight End Target To Commit Sept. 1

With five-star tight end Issac Nauta (Buford, GA) decommitting from Florida State this past July, that's left an open scholarship for fellow 2016 tight end Naseir Upshur (Philadelphia's Imhotep Institute), who according to reports, has falling in love with FSU's campus and program.

The four-star recruit announced on Twitter that he'll be deciding between the Seminoles and Michigan on Sept. 1. He's the No. 5 ranked player at his position from the 2016 class.

Nauta, who's attending IMG Academy this fall, is set to take an official visit to Michigan when Michigan State arrives in Ann Arbor this October.

2016 Wide Receiver Verbally Committing Aug. 27

While Upshur appears to be leaning towards the 2013 national champions, Michigan is the clear favorite to land 2016 wide receiver Ahmir Mitchell (Egg Harbor City, NJ), who also took to Twitter to announce that he'll be deciding between the Wolverines and Ohio State this Thursday.

The four-star recruit is the No. 6 ranked athlete in the nation and No. 3 overall player in the state of New Jersey. 247Sports has the crystal ball predictions in Michigan's favor at 96%.

2016 U-M RB Commit Out With Injury

Southfield running back Matt Falcon has had his fair share of knee injuries since 2013, when a torn ACL caused the senior to miss his entire sophomore campaign. Falcon also missed a portion of his junior season due to an MCL sprain.

Now, on Sunday, STATE CHAMPS! High School Sports Show reported that the Michigan commit is likely to miss the entire 2015 season with a knee injury. A major blow to what was possibly a guaranteed successful year for both Falcon and the Blue Jays.

Falcon is the No. 8 ranked running back in the nation by 247Sports and No. 7 overall player in the state of Michigan.

Brandon Peters Coming Out The Gates Strong

Plainfield was the first high school to feel the wrath of Michigan commit Brandon Peters' power and accuracy. The four-star prospect was 14-of-19 for 234 yards and five touchdowns this past Friday night.

Peters also announced on Saturday that he has accepted an invite to compete in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. He's the No. 7 ranked pro-style quarterback in the nation by