The Michigan Wolverines added a receiver to their 2020 recruiting class on Super Bowl Sunday, two-star (Nashville, TN) Kyle McNamara.
“For the past few years I have been told way too many times that this dream was not possible,” McNamara said. “Yet, the winningest program in college football history believes in me, so I am very proud to announce that I am committed to play football at the University of Michigan.”
McNamara’s brother, Cade, is a quarterback at Michigan, and played a role in Kyle’s decision to commit to the Wolverines. “My brother being there helps a lot,” McNamara told Maize n Brew last week. “He’s my best friend and a really good quarterback and as a wide receiver you want to go to a school with a good quarterback. He’s a great leader and he’s going to bring a lot to the program so it would be awesome to be a part of that and to play with him again.”
Rivals.com calls the 5-foot-8 from Lipscomb Academy “a great route runner and (has) awareness in the open field as a slot-style pass catcher. After the catch, he is a plant-and-go style runner with impressive acceleration and good vision in space.”