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Four-star WR Kamryn Babb includes Michigan in Top 9

Missouri wide receiver has Wolverines, Buckeyes in latest group

Michigan v Ohio State Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

After reeling in perhaps the best wide receiver group of the 2017 class, Michigan can afford to be picky with its 2018 recruiting at the position.

Most expect the Wolverines to take only one, maybe two guys at wide receiver this year and add depth to an already stacked skill position.

One of the guys in this class Michigan is targeting is four-star Kamryn Babb, who included U-M in his top nine schools Monday night via Twitter.

The 6-foot-1. 180-pound St. Louis, Missouri native currently has 30 scholarship offers. Along with Michigan, Babb included Ohio State, LSU, Alabama, Ole Miss, USC, Nebraska, Notre Dame and the home state Missouri Tigers in his top nine.

Babb is ranked as the No. 7 wide receiver in the 2018 class as well as the No. 41 player overall, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. He is also ranked as the No. 1 player in the state of Missouri.

Babb is projected, as of right now, to be an OSU lean with 89 percent of the crystal ball projections predicting him to select the Buckeyes.

Jim Harbaugh and Pep Hamilton look to be in a dog fight to land the Christian Brothers College High School playmaker, but a strong showing by Michigan’s young receivers this season could persuade Babb to join the movement.

Check out Babb’s junior season highlight tape: