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Michigan football 2021 offer board update: Nov. 6

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A top target includes Michigan in his top list and a blue-chip at a position of need is back on the market.

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While Michigan didn’t offer any new recruits in the past two weeks, someone it had previously interested decommitted from a school. 2021 four-star defensive tackle Marcus Bradley opened up his recruitment form Maryland earlier this week. While there hasn’t been any indication Michigan is pursuing, I thought it was interesting enough to add considering how dire of a need defensive tackle is in this class and how thin the board looks if Rayshaun Benny chooses Michigan State.

Additions

Added Marcus Bradley back to the board. The four-star defensive tackle decommitted from Maryland on Nov. 2.

Subtractions

Removed Kamari Lassiter from the board. The three-star cornerback committed to Georgia on Oct. 22.

Removed Jacob Schuster from the board. The three-star defensive tackle committed to Minnesota on Oct. 24.

Removed Tyrion Ingram-Dawkins from the board. The four-star defensive tackle committed to Georgia on Oct. 30.

Removed Sage Ryan from the board. The five-star safety committed to LSU on Oct. 31.

Removed Amari Daniels from the board. The three-star running back committed to Texas A&M on Oct. 31.

Removed Aaron Armitage from the board. The four-star defensive end committed to Stanford on Nov. 3.

Top Lists

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Donovan Edwards’ top group of schools. The four-star running back included Michigan in his top list of seven schools, along with Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Notre Dame, Penn State and Oklahoma.