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No. 1 player in 2020 class Bryan Bresee puts Michigan in top 6

Could Michigan nab the top player in the nation again?

Michigan v Penn State Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images

Michigan is in play again for the top overall player in the country.

2020 defensive end Bryan Bresee put Michigan in his top six today, along with Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State and Penn State.

Bresee is a 6-foot-5, 290-pound strong-side defensive end from Maryland. He last took a trip to Ann Arbor last January for an unofficial visit. He’s visited all five other contenders for a game this season.

Right now, Ohio State leads the 247Sports crystal ball with 50 percent. Penn State has 38 percent and Maryland has the now outdated remaining 12 percent. Despite not having a prediction yet, Georgia is also trending up for the 5-star.

In an interview with 247Sports’ Steve Wiltfong, Bresee relayed what he thinks about the Michigan program ($).

“The coaches, they stay in good contact with my coaches. I got to go out and visit and had a really good tim out there. Got to hang out with the payers and I liked the school and everything about it,” he said.

Bresee said he wants to take all five official visits before he decides, and if Michigan wants to remain a contender, it needs to be one of the schools that gets one.

Check out the destruction Bresee causes on his mid-year junior highlights below.