As we head into a summer where a fair amount of commitments and announcements are expected to be made, one of Michigan's top targets took to Twitter to announce the eight finalists for his services.
Class of 2016 wide receiver Austin Mack (Fort Wayne, Indiana) will decide on June 7 where he is going to attend college from a list of schools that includes Michigan, Ohio State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, North Carolina, Wisconsin and Alabama.
June 7❕❕ pic.twitter.com/zH4b37sO6Z— Austin Mack (@Austin_Mack10) May 18, 2015
Mack is a four-star prospect and the 20th-ranked wide receiver in the 2016 class, according to the 247 Composite. The Wolverines have been recruiting him for awhile, as he has had interest from both Brady Hoke and Jim Harbaugh's staffs.
He is considered one of the top prospects in the Midwest, and many expect him to choose OSU when June 7 rolls around.
Drevno in Texas watching four-star OL
Michigan offensive coordinator Tim Drevno was in Texas earlier this week, where he visited 2016 offensive lineman Jean Delance (Mesquite, Texas), according to 247's Clint Brewster.
Delance is a four-star prospect and the 11th-ranked offensive tackle in the 2016 class, per the 247 Composite.
The Wolverines are still looking for a second tackle in this cycle to pair with four-star commit Erik Swenson (Downers Grove, Illinois).
Michigan has sent out quite a few offers in the last few days as the staff spreads out and recruits throughout the entire country.
- Three-star offensive lineman Kellen Diesch ('16/Trophy Club, Texas)
- Three-star tight end Peyton Aucoin ('16/New Orleans, Louisiana)
- Three-star tight end Irvin Smith ('16/New Orleans, Louisiana)
- Four-star offensive lineman Robert Hainsey ('17/Monroeville, Pennsylvania)
- Unranked defensive tackle Kedonis Haslem ('17/Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
If that last name sounds familiar, it is because he is the son of Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem.
That'll do it for Wednesday's roundup. Check back in Friday for the latest in Michigan football recruiting news and more.