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3 players Michigan can still add before the final signing day

There are still a few options for Michigan in 2020.

NCAA Football: Michigan at Indiana Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

After Wednesday’s early signing period where Michigan added 22 new players, there are still a few players out there for the taking.

Let’s take a look at three 2020 prospects that are still a possibility of being added to Michigan’s 2020 class when the February signing day hits.

1. Four-star cornerback Darion Green-Warren (Harbor City, CA)

Green-Warren was committed to the Oklahoma Sooners for eight months until he backed off to restart the process. Michigan has been trending in his recruitment the last few weeks after he visited Dec. 6.

In past interviews, Green-Warren has mentioned the California-to-Michigan defensive back connection and the amount of success they’ve had as a positive for Michigan. Can Sherrone Moore and Mike Zordich, who have led the way in his recruitment, convince Green-Warren to pick Michigan over USC? We’ll find out Jan. 4 during the Adidas All-American game.

2. Four-star athlete Cameron Martinez (Muskegon, MI)

Martinez has been committed to Ohio State since the Fourth of July, but now that his lead recruiter Jeff Hafley left the Buckeyes to take the head coaching job at Boston College, Martinez is not signing until February.

Ohio State recruited Martinez to play safety. With the safety class Michigan has already signed in 2020, he would probably be brought in to Ann Arbor as an athlete and Michigan would figure out his future from there. His talent and ability would be a welcomed surprise at this point in the cycle. This one might be a long shot, but Michigan’s staff may look into monitoring the situation since he is an in-state kid.

3. Three-star offensive lineman James Pogorelc (Chantilly, VA)

Pogorelc officially visited Michigan with Green-Warren during the weekend of Dec 6. and Virginia on Dec. 13. He plans to visit Stanford in January and the Cardinal are the favorite to land him, but you can never count out Ed Warinner in a recruiting battle.

Standing 6-foot-7 and weighing 280 pounds, Pogorelc projects to one of the tackle spots. Hopefully Jim Harbaugh and company can turn the tide against Stanford and bring Pogorelc on board. You can never have too many good offensive linemen.