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Friday Michigan Recruiting Roundup: Top Safety Taking Official To Ann Arbor

In this edition, find out which top ranked California safety will be traveling to A2 in October.

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Clarkston (MI) Kicker: "Michigan Looks Pretty Good"

Clarkston has won two state championships in the past two years. The recent success though has yet to be seen this season as they've lost two in three games.

Kicker Alex Kessman says an injury bug has plagued the Southeastern Michigan powerhouse, hitting the team's running back, linebacker and quarterback.

It fortunately hasn't affected Kessman, who told Tim Sullivan of Rivals.com that he converted a 56-yard field goal in the opener against Macomb County dynasty Macomb Dakota while also recording multiple touchbacks on kick offs.

It lead to Keeman receiving a visit to the Michigan-Oregon State. After watching the home opener win, Keeman said that kicker Kenny Allen and the team looked pretty good overall.

"I pretty much just went to watch the game. I was invited by Coach Erik Campbell," Keeman said. "He gave me some tickets for me my grandpa and my dad, and we went to the Champions Center. I got to meet the coaches. I got to meet Coach Harbaugh and see what Michigan is all about. We got to watch a little pump-up video and then after that we walked through the tunnel and got to check out some warm-ups then went up to our seats and watch the game."

Keeman also told the recruiting website that Pittsburgh is close to offering and will visit Florida and Louisville soon.

Two 4-Star Recruits' Official Visit Lists

Lamar Jackson, the No. 9 ranked senior safety nationally and top ranked in the state of California, will be soaking in the Michigan-Michigan State game on Oct. 17, one of his three official visits his season.

Jackson will also be in Arizona State on Sept. 26 and Oklahoma on Oct. 3. He has two available spots open, which according to the 6-foot-2, 210 pounder, is down to Notre Dame, Oregon and Washington. However, both USC and UCLA are also in the mix.

Fellow highly touted California recruit Dylan Crawford will also be heading to Ann Arbor on the 17th, according to Greg Biggins of Scout.com. That comes after his visit to Tennessee on Oct. 10 and before Miami on Oct. 24.

Crawford is the No. 5 ranked senior wide receiver in Cali.