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Monday Michigan Recruiting Roundup: Wolverines Head Back Into SEC Country

Michigan continues to get an early jump on the 2018 recruiting class

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Michigan extends offer to 2018 Athlete

Michigan continued their venture into SEC country over the weekend as they offered four-star ATH Quindarious Monday (Atlanta, GA).

Carver holds 13 offers currently, with Michigan being the latest to offer. Monday is anticipated to be fit into Michigan’s system at the linebacker position should he make his way to Ann Arbor, and while Michigan made good strides in the Peach State in 2017, Monday could be a difficult recruit to land. His 13 offers come from the likes of Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, and Florida State, which could pose problems since Michigan lacks much of a foothold in Georgia other than fellow 2018 recruit Otis Reese.

2018 QB Target Shines at adidas 7v7 Event

2018 dual-threat QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson put on a show at the adidas 7v7 West Coast event over the weekend, taking home the event’s MOP honors but ultimately falling in the championship round.

Thompson-Robinson is considered one of the top dual-threat QBs in the 2018 class even while playing receiver much of the 2016 season as Ohio State signee Tate Martell led Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV) to a state title and national ranking.

Thompson-Robinson has amassed 20 offers already, including offers from Michigan, UCLA, and Oregon (among others). He is thought to be a Michigan lean at this point, but obviously the 2018 cycle has a very long way to go.