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Michigan Football Recruiting: 2016 Class Prediction 2.0

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The second edition of our 2016 class prediction has a few new names on the list of players to fill out Michigan's 2016 cycle.

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Below is the second edition of our picks to fill out Jim Harbaugh's first full recruiting cycle with the Wolverines. The first edition can be found here.

(Highlighted/italicized names indicate current commitments)

Quarterbacks (1)

4* Brandon Peters (Avon, Indiana)

Running Backs (2)

4* Matt Falcon (Southfield, Michigan)

3* Kingston Davis (Prattville, Alabama)

Fullbacks (1)

3* David Reese (Farmington, Michigan)

Wide Receivers (2)

4* Brad Hawkins (Camden, New Jersey)

3* Desmond Fitzpatrick (Farmington, Michigan)

Tight Ends (1)

4* Nasier Upshur (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Offensive Tackle (2)

4* Erik Swenson (Downers Grove, Illinois)

4* Ben Bredeson (Hartland, Wisconsin)

Offensive Guard (2)

4* Michael Onwenu (Detroit, Michigan)

4* Terrance Davis (Hyattsville, Maryland)

Defensive Ends (2)

4* Josh King (Darien, Illinois)

4* Xavier Kelly (Wichita, Kansas)

Defensive Tackle (2)

5* Rashan Gary (Paramus, New Jersey)

4* Keyshon Camp (Lakeland, Florida)

Linebackers (4)

4* Dontavious Jackson (Houston, Texas)

4* Camilo Eifler (Oakland, California)

4* Jonathan Jones (Orlando, Florida)

3* Dele Harding (Elkton, Maryland)

Cornerbacks (3)

4* Lavert Hill (Detroit, Michigan)

3* Mark Gilbert (Fayetteville, North Carolina)

3* Korey Blanks (Tyrone, Georgia)

Safeties (2)

4* Jordan Fuller (Westwood, New Jersey)

3* Chris Brown (Houston, Texas)

Kicker (1)

3* Quinn Nordin (Rockford, Michigan)


There are a few changes this time around, but the list has largely remained the same. Michigan has not had a commitment since the last prediction piece, but the candidates to be the next ones to drop have not changed either. Fitzpatrick and Hill still seem likely to flip at some point, but we will see what happens.

Satellite camp season will be upon us soon, so it will be interesting to see how that affects the Wolverines on the trail.