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Friday Michigan Recruiting Roundup: Spring Game Approaches

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Michigan prepares for high-profile visitors during the spring game

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Collins, Thompson-Robinson among group set to visit for 2017 spring game

6’5” receiver signee Nico Collins is set to join the group of talented visitors for next weekend’s spring game, per Steve Lorenz of 247. The Clay-Chalkville (AL) product committed to Michigan on National Signing Day in February over a host of SEC opposition and could make an immediate impact at the receiver position with the departure of Amara Darboh and Jehu Chesson.

Collins will also be joined by dynamic 2018 duo Dorian Thompson-Robinson (dual-threat QB) and Brevin Jordan (TE) (Bishop Gorman, Las Vegas, NV) at the spring game. The two are considered a package deal in the recruiting process, and Michigan is still a contender with both, though the early consensus is that they will likely end up at UCLA. A positive visit to the spring game could make a good preseason impact before Thompson-Robinson and Jordan begin their official visits.

Michigan offers Three-Star QB

Jim Harbaugh personally extended a scholarship offer to three-star Pro Style QB Tyler Shough (Hamilton HS, Chandler, AZ) on Tuesday afternoon.

Shough is the fourth-ranked pro style prospect in the state of Arizona, but has seen a rise in offers as of late, most notably with the new offer from Michigan. He has a strong arm with good deep touch, but also makes good decisions on the field and is intelligent enough to earn an offer from Harvard. Shough has 13 offers as of today, including South Carolina, who he visited unofficially last weekend.