Michigan’s cornerback recruiting has been a bit of a concern for the 2020 cycle, but it stands to get a boost if it can continue to stay in the race for 4-star Dorian Green-Warren. The top 200 player from California included Michigan in his list of top schools.
This group includes Nebraska, Michigan State, Penn State, USC and Georgia, along with Michigan. The 4-star is ranked No. 198 in the country and No. 15 at cornerback, per the 247Sports composite.
Green-Warren was a former Oklahoma commit who de-committed in March, a few months after receiving an offer from the Wolverines. The two parties have maintained a strong dialogue since, and Green-Warren has stated he will be using one of his officials to visit Ann Arbor.
Considering the fact he’s from Southern California, USC leads the crystal balls for him with all the selections since he de-committed from the Sooners. But their program is not looking too hot right now, so if the Wolverines put on a good visit, they could surge in this race.
Watch his junior highlights below: