Michigan has offered 2019 athlete Ronnie Hickman.
Hickman has three offers from Division 1 programs in Rutgers, Boston College, and now Michigan. Rutgers offered Monday, Boston College swooped in on Tuesday, and Michigan knocked on the door Wednesday.
"I think Ronnie will end up being a 20-plus offer player," Hickman’s coach Bryan Murray said to High School Sports New Jersey. "His best attributes are he's humble, modest, respectful and a true team player."
Hickman, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound athlete, finished the season for DePaul Catholic High School (NJ) with 42 catches for 660 yards and four touchdowns. On the defensive end, he logged 48 tackles and two interceptions.
"He has great size and is growing, he's very young for his grade having just turned 15 in the middle of the season," Murray said. "He is committed to his craft, always working to get better – whether it's in the weight room or watching film – coupled with a fierce desire to compete and wanting to make plays in pressure situations. He's the real deal."
Check out Hickman’s sophomore highlights: