Michigan Makes Top 5 for Nico Collins
In huge news for the Wolverines on Monday, 2017 four-star wide receiver Nico Collins included Michigan in his top five. Per Evan Petzold of MnB,
The 247 Crystal Ball is currently in favor of the the Wolverines landing Collins' services. Collins is the 13th-ranked WR in his class, first in the state of Alabama, and 76th overall. For more info on the WR, click here.
2017 4* S Lists Michigan in Top 5
According to his Twitter page on Monday evening, 2017 four-star safety Jonathan Sutherland included Michigan in his top 5, along with Syracuse, Penn State, Boston College, and Wisconsin. He sits at No. 10 in Virginia and 23rd at his position.
He will commit on Sunday, July 24. Watch his junior season highlight reel here, per Hudl:
Michigan Cracks Top 10 for 2017 4* DE
According to Justin Hopkins of Wolverine247 (FREE), 2017 four-star weak-side defensive end D.J. Johnson (CA) has included Michigan in his top ten list. Also included in the list were Alabama, Miami (FL), Arizona State, and others.
Per the 247Composite, Johnson is listed as the 8th-ranked WDE in the class and 101st overall. Have a look at his highlight reel here (he isn't called "Freak Nasty" for nothing):
Wolverines Extend Offer to 2018 4* ATH
Steve Lorenz of Wolverine247 (FREE) reported on Monday that the Wolverines have offered 2018 four-star athlete Kearis Jackson. The 247Composite has Jackson as the 16th-ranked ATH in the class and 21st in his home state of Georgia.
Jackson holds from several programs, including Alabama, Georgia, and Florida State, among others. In the article, Lorenz projects that Jackson will end up on the offensive side of the ball, namely at the wide receiver position.
2018 4* DE Receives Michigan Offer
Per Steve Lorenzo of Wolverine247 (FREE), 2018 four-star defensive end Jeremiah Martin has received his offer from the Wolverines. He is the 39th-ranked player in the state of California and sixth at his position in the nation.
Martin holds only four other offers, from Arizona, Nevada, San Diego State, Wyoming. However, it is still very early on in the athlete's recruitment process.