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Michigan Recruiting Roundup: A look at a trio of offers

Michigan has been busy sending out offers this week.

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Welcome in to the Monday Michigan Recruiting Roundup. Today we look at a few offers Michigan sent out, as well as a top-five list the Wolverines were on. Let’s get after it.

Michigan offers four-star linebacker

2021 four-star linebacker Keith Brown picked up a Michigan offer on Saturday, his 13th offers in all. The Lebanon, Oregon native stands 6-foot-1, 220 pounds and is the No. 3 inside linebacker and No. 129 overall prospect in his class. All three crystal balls currently have Brown committing to the Oregon Ducks.

Our own Von Lozon will have an update on Brown’s interest in Michigan later this morning, so be on the lookout for that.

Three-star safety planning visit

Michigan offered 2021 three-star Cincinnati (Oh.) safety Jaylen Johnson over the weekend. Safeties coach Chris Patridge extended the offer to Johnson and now he’s “super happy” to come up too Ann Arbor for a visit, per Brice Marich ($).

Johnson will be heading up for Michigan’s game versus Michigan State at The Big House, a game in which should have a rocking atmosphere. The 6-foot-1 safety is the No. 17 safety in the 2021 class and No. 407 player overall.

Michigan a top option for four-star defensive tackle

Michigan needs to land this dude based on his name alone.

Victory Vaka is a four-star defensive tackle from Westlake, California and is the No. 14 DT in the 2021 class and No. 189 player overall. Vaka will be visiting for the Ohio State game and told The Michigan Insider last month that he’s excited to visit and cannot wait to speak with DL coach Shaun Nua more and explore the UM facilities.

Vaka is 6-foot-3, 315 pounds and could develop into a solid run stuffing nose tackle with plus athleticism for his position.

Michigan offers four-star 2021 safety

Muskego, Wisconsin safety Hunter Wohler received an offer from Michigan this week.

Wohler visited Notre Dame over the weekend and all three crystal ball predictions have him landing at Wisconsin. Still, Michigan likes what they see in the No. 7 overall safety and No. 208 recruit in the 2021 class. Allen Trieu said that Wohler has also shown interest in Ohio State but this one is Wisconsin’s to lose.

Thanks for stopping in. Check back in every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to get your Michigan recruiting fix.