Elite 2017 CB Will Not Visit Michigan on Saturday
Per Luke Stampini of Wolverine247 (FREE), five-star 2017 cornerback Darnay Holmes (CA) was set pay a visit to Ann Arbor this weekend for the Colorado game.
When asked about the other SoCal players in Ann Arbor, Holmes said (per the article):
"Not too many Pasadena guys go to Michigan. Having David Long and Dylan Crawford there shows that Harbaugh is going to do outstanding things for guys coming out of Pasadena. Just to knowing they are up there, they're loving it, and they recommended me come up there again means a lot."
However, on Tuesday our Evan Petzold reported that Holmes would no longer be making that visit. His father says he will be holding off until games matter for teams in November to make visits.
The 247Composite lists Holmes as the second-ranked CB in the 2017 cycle and 11th overall in the nation. This will be his official visit.
2018 4* WR Would Include Michigan in Top 5 if Offered
Evan Petzold of MnB reported on Monday that 2018 four-star wide receiver Joshua Moore (TX) will visit Michigan next summer (June 18). Although Michigan has yet to offer Moore, he stated to MnB that if they did, the Wolverines would automatically crack his top 5.
He sits as the 9th-best player in the Texas in the 2018 class and 90th overall. He has a lengthy offer list already, including Texas, LSU, and Oklahoma, among others.
Dylan McCaffrey to Visit for Colorado Game
Steve Lorenz of Wolverine247 (FREE) stated on Monday that 2017 four-star quarterback and Michigan commit Dylan McCaffrey will take an unofficial visit to Ann Arbor this weekend for the game against Colorado. This will be his first visit to Michigan since June.
Michigan Extends Offer to 2017 3* CB
According to his Twitter page on Tuesday, 2017 three-star cornerback Brandon Sebastian (CT) has received an offer from the Wolverines. Sebastian is currently committed to Boston College, and has been since April.
Extremely Blessed to Receive an offer from THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 〽️ #BigBlue #B1G pic.twitter.com/AX1TTLQxPF— Sebass (@203_brandon) September 13, 2016
The 247Composite has the athlete as the 7th-ranked recruit in his home state of Connecticut.