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Game Thread: 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Watch the 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl with us as three Michigan commits and nine additional Michigan targets participate and Donnie Corley, Dylan Crawford, and Isaac Nauta announce their commitments.

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With no Michigan basketball this weekend and Michigan hockey not seeking to sweep Michigan State until 7:05 p.m. ET tonight, the attention of Michigan fans will be focused on the 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday afternoon (1:00 p.m. ET, NBC). Not only will Michigan have three commitments (QB Brandon Peters, OG Michael Onwenu, and DT Jordan Elliott) and nine additional targets showcasing their skills in the high school all-star game, Michigan should receive at least one commitment during the game. Four-star receivers Dylan Crawford and Donnie Corley and five-star tight end Isaac Nauta will announce their commitments from the sidelines. Michigan is the favorite for Crawford, who will announce in the first quarter. For Corley, who'll announce in the third quarter, Michigan is on the outside as he should choose Michigan State or Ohio State. And Nauta will pick Michigan or Georgia in the fourth quarter, the latter of which is the slight favorite.

Here are the Michigan commits (bolded) and targets on both teams:

Michigan Commits and Targets on the West Team
Jersey No. Name Position Stars Hometown
16 Devin Asiasi TE 4 Concord, CA
9 Donnie Corley WR 4 Wyandotte, MI
6 Dylan Crawford WR 4 Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
95 Jordan Elliott DT 4 Houston, TX
21 Lavert Hill CB 4 Detroit, MI
19 Caleb Kelly LB 5 Fresno, CA
17 David Long CB 4 Los Angeles, CA
53 Michael Onwenu OG 4 Detroit, MI
18 Brandon Peters QB 4 Avon, IN
Michigan Commits and Targets on the East Team
Jersey No. Name Position Stars Hometown
1 Jordan Fuller ATH (DB) 4 Westwood, NJ
4 Mecole Hardman, Jr. ATH (DB) 5 Elberton, GA
18 Isaac Nauta TE 5 Buford, GA

Which Michigan commit or target are you most excited to watch in this game? And which of Crawford, Corley, and Nauta do you think Michigan will land? Tell us below!