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Quick Analysis: What 2016 ATH Khaleke Hudson Brings to Michigan Football

The newest Wolverine can play both sides of the ball, but his impact likely comes on defense.

Michigan received another commitment on Wednesday, this time in the form of 2016 athlete Khaleke Hudson (Mckeesport, Pennsylvania).

Hudson is a three-star prospect and the 23rd-ranked safety in the class, according to the 247 Composite.

He stands at 5-foot-11, 205 pounds and definitely fits the bill as an athlete that you would want to get on campus and figure out where to go form there. He has the ability to play safety, running back and outside linebacker.

When watching his film, his best fit seems to be in the Jabrill Peppers-role on Michigan's defense. That is not to say he is as talented, but he has the look of a safety that can play the pass, blow up screens and come up big in run support.

He plays disciplined while still being aggressive. He shows good speed as a running back and explosiveness in and out of his cuts.

We will see where Michigan decides to plug him. It could be at a position they feel he makes the most impact or at a position of need. But, the rising senior prospect is a solid get for the Wolverines heading into signing day.