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Michigan Football Recruiting: 2016 Class Prediction 8.0

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The picture is becoming clearer with who finishes out the class with the regular season coming to a close.

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We are now two short months away from National Signing Day 2016, meaning it is time to take a look at how Michigan's current recruiting cycle should finish up.

Here is edition 8.0 of our recruiting class prediction:

Quarterbacks (1)

4* Brandon Peters (Avon, Indiana)

Running Backs (2)

4* Kareem Walker (Wayne, New Jersey)

3* Kingston Davis (Prattville, Alabama)

Wide Receivers (3)

4* Brad Hawkins (Camden, New Jersey)

4* Ahmir Mitchell (Egg Harbor City, New Jersey)

3* Keyshawn "Pie" Young (Miami, Florida)

Tight Ends (1)

3* Sean McKeon (Dudley, Massachusetts)

Offensive Tackle (3)

4* Erik Swenson (Downers Grove, Illinois)

4* Ben Bredeson (Hartland, Wisconsin)

4* Devery Hamilton (Baltimore, Maryland)

Offensive Guard (2)

4* Michael Onwenu (Detroit, Michigan)

4* Terrance Davis (Hyattsville, Maryland)

Defensive Ends (2)

4* Ron Johnson (Camden, New Jersey)

2* Rashad Weaver (Ft. Lauderdale, Florida)

Defensive Tackle (2)

5* Rashan Gary (Paramus, New Jersey)

4* Jordan Elliott (Houston, Texas)

BUCK (1)

4* Carlo Kemp (Boulder, Colorado)

Linebackers (3)

4* Devin Bush (Miami, Florida)

4* Jonathan Jones (Orlando, Florida)

3* Dytarious Johnson (Prattville, Alabama)

Defensive Backs (4)

4* Lavert Hill (Detroit, Michigan)

3* Sir Patrick Scott (Upper Marlboro, Maryland)

3* Antwaine Richardson (Delray Beach, Florida)

3* Josh Metellus (Miami, Florida)

Athletes (4)

4* Chris Evans (Indianapolis, Indiana) [Slot WR/RB]

3* Kiante Enis (Winchester, Indiana) [RB/Safety]

3* Victor Viramontes (Norco, California) [QB/Linebacker/Safety]

3* Devin Gil (Miami, Florida) [Linebacker/Safety]

Kicker (1)

3* Quinn Nordin (Rockford, Michigan)

Overview

There are a few changes this time, of course.

We'll start with an anticipated departure. It does not seem likely David Reese sticks in this class. We have seen schools like Texas and Nebraska offer him opportunities to enroll early and it just does not seem like that is an option at Michigan. Look for him to flip in the near future.

Lavert Hill and Kareem Walker are the newest additions. Both are free after opening up their respective recruitments and they seem like fits that fill needs.

On the Isaac Nauta front, things seem to be trending the way of the Wolverines after Mark Richt was fired from Georgia. He would be perfect in Harbaugh's offense and would play right away regardless of if Jake Butt left for the NFL or not.

With coaches free to hit the road and visit prospects now, the picture should be painted a little more clearer as each day passes.