After almost 15 long months, the extended dead period because of the COVID-19 pandemic expires today. This means the football and basketball programs will be allowed to host official and unofficial visitors this month, and again during the season.
Michigan football is looking to cement its in-state recruiting first by hosting a “Detroit Day” on June 2, according to The Michigan Insider’s Sam Webb ($).
Along with the three in-state commits already in the class, Michigan will host 2022 targets such as four-star athlete Dillon Tatum, three-star wide receiver Antonio Gates Jr. and three-star cornerback Jeremiah Caldwell.
There will also be several top underclassmen in the 2023 and 2024 classes as Michigan looks to lay the groundwork for future classes. New hires like Ron Bellamy, Mike Hart and Steve Clinkscale, who have extensive connections to local high schools, will get their first chance to interact with these prospects in person.
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