We’re in unprecedented territory here as Michigan and other schools have canceled recruiting visits for prospects during the spring, a time that is usually filled with them as players try to see how team’s practices are run.
Still, there have been some notable updates to Michigan’s recruiting board in the past week before the news broke, but expect the Visits section of this update to be empty in the coming weeks.
Added Tyreek Chappell to the cornerback board. The three-star from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania received an offer from Michigan on March 6th.
Added Nahki Johnson to the linebacker board. Michigan offered the Pennsylvania four-star linebacker last May, but he committed to Pitt a month later. However, following a visit to campus this past weekend, I’m adding him to the board.
Added Jack Pugh to the tight end board. The four-star from Ohio received an offer from Michigan on March 7th.
Removed Wyatt Milum from the board. The four-star offensive tackle committed to in-state West Virginia on March 6th.
Removed Eli Sutton from the board. The four-star offensive tackle committed to North Carolina on March 8th.
Removed Jordan Hancock from the board. The four-star cornerback committed to Clemson on March 11th.
Removed Mason Murphy from the board. The three-star offensive tackle committed to USC on March 11th.
Added a visit date of 3/6 for the following prospects:
Added a visit date of 3/7 for the following prospects:
Unoffered 2021 prospects who also visited include:
Top Group Updates
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Corey Kiner’s top group of schools. The four-star running back included Michigan in his top list of ten schools along with Cincinnati, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Louisville, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue, and Texas A&M.
In no particular order these are the schools I feel most comfortable with and hope to grow closer with. Things can change over the next few weeks/months but this is my top ten, recruitment 100% open! (Edit By: @bspaeth7) pic.twitter.com/u6Uq2L9mbE— Corey Kiner (@CoreyKiner) March 6, 2020
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Moliki Matavao’s top group of schools. The four-star tight end included Michigan in his top list of ten schools along with LSU, Tennessee, Penn State, UCLA, Georgia, Miami, Washington, Ohio State, and Oregon.
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