The Under Armour All-America game featured a handful of Michigan commitments and targets they were hoping to land pledges from.
However, they missed out on a pair of coveted targets.
Class of 2016 offensive guard Terrance Davis (Hyattsville, Maryland) decided to stay close to home and make a pledge to D.J. Durkin's Maryland Terrapins. He was once considered a near lock for the Wolverines.
Davis is a four-star prospect and the second-ranked offensive guard in the class, according to 247's Composite rankings. He made his announcement in the first quarter.
Offensive tackle Jean Delance (Mesquite, Texas), another highly-sought after prospect, made the choice to stay home as well, choosing the in-state Texas Longhorns.
Delance is also a four-star and is the tenth-ranked offensive tackle in the class, per the 247 Composite. Michigan was very high on him and he was arguably the top offensive lineman on their board. He announced at halftime.
So where does Michigan go from here?
Well, they already have a very good group of offensive lineman committed in Ben Bredeson, Michael Onwenu, Devery Hamilton and Erik Swenson, all four-star prospects. It's seems very possible they take one more, but there is already a nice core of players up front in this class.