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Michigan Football Recruiting: 2017 Class Prediction 1.0

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Our first official prediction for how Michigan's 2017 class could look.

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Jim Harbaugh and Michigan football are off to a strong start on the recruiting trail for the 2017 cycle so far with some big name recruits already committed and more still on the board.

It is never too early to take a look at how things may finish up, even with signing day still so far away.

So here we go:

Commits are italicized

Quarterbacks (1)

5* Dylan McCaffrey (Littleton, Colorado)

Running Backs (3)

4* A.J. Dillon (Groton, Massachusetts)

4* O'Maury Samuels (Los Lunas, New Mexico)

3* Kurt Taylor (Covington, Georgia)

Fullbacks (1)

3* Chase Lasater (Jacksonville, Florida)

Wide Receivers (2)

5* Donovan Peoples-Jones (Detroit, Michigan)

4* Nico Collins (Pinson, Alabama)

Tight Ends (2)

4* Matt Dotson (Cincinatti, Ohio)

3* Carter Dunaway (Bloomfield Hills, Michigan)

Offensive Linemen (5)

5* Isaiah Wilson (Brooklyn, New York)

5* Tedarrell Slaton (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)

4* JaRaymond Hall (Oak Park, Michigan)

4* Henry Bainivalu (Seattle, Washington)

4* Cesar Ruiz (Bradenton, Florida)

Defensive End (2)

4* Luiji Vilain (Alexandria, Virginia)

4* Corey Malone-Hatcher (St. Joseph, Michigan)

Defensive Tackle (2)

4* Jay Tufele (South Jordan, Utah)

3* Phillip Paea (Berrien Springs, Michigan

Linebackers (3)

4* Joshua Ross (West Bloomfield, Michigan)

4* Drew Singleton (Paramus, New Jersey)

3* Ben Mason (Sandy Hook, Connecticut)

Cornerbacks (4)

4* Ambry Thomas (Detroit, Michigan)

4* Alex Perry (Las Vegas, Nevada)

3* Benjamin St-Juste (Montreal, Quebec)

3* Randall Haynie (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)

Safeties (2)

4* Jaylen Kelly Powell (Detroit, Michigan)

4* J'Marick Woods (Florence, Alabama)

Overview

So there's the first edition. This class looks like another 24-27 player haul and like last year, it will probably take some attrition to make it work in the end.

Have any questions, comments, concerns or just want to tell me how wrong I will end up being? Sound off in the comments below!