The imposed recruiting dead period this spring has clearly caused several prospects to think hard about which schools they are favoring the most since they will not have as much time to take visits as expected. Thus, many recruits have been narrowing down their offers and releasing top groups of various sizes, where Michigan has been featured heavily.
Hopefully, remaining in contention with several top targets will help mitigate the pain of the subtractions section in this week’s update.
Added Hal Presley to the wide receiver board. The three-star from Arlington, Texas received an offer from Michigan on March 17. He spoke with Maize n Brew’s Von Lozon about the offer.
Beyond Blessed to receive a offer from The University Of Michgan!! #GoBlue 〽️ pic.twitter.com/KOSDk5YMN3— Håł Påtriçk Pręslęy lll (@hal_presley) March 17, 2020
Added Rod Moore to the safety board. The three-star from Clayton, Ohio received an offer from Michigan on March 17.
VERY Blessed to say that I’ve received another offer from the University of Michigan! #GoBlue! #LLQ pic.twitter.com/uVoEYBDFr0— Rod moore 1️⃣0️⃣ (@Rodmoorejr) March 18, 2020
Added Trevion Stevenson to the defensive end board. The three-star from Hampton, Virginia received an offer from Michigan on March 19.
#AGTG EXTREMELY BLESSED TO RECEIVE A FULL DIVISION ONE SCHOLARSHIP OFFER FROM UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN !!!— Trevion Stevenson (@tjstevenson11) March 19, 2020
( BIG 10 ) #GoWolverines @UMichFootball @CoachJim4UM pic.twitter.com/LHVSOHkkG0
Added JJ Jones to the wide receiver board. The three-star from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina received an offer from Michigan on March 19.
Blessed to Receive an Offer from The University of Michigan! @Coach_Gattis @SWiltfong247 pic.twitter.com/xpkaOIJ34s— JJ JONES (@jjjones_5) March 19, 2020
Removed Jakailin Johnson from the board. The four-star cornerback committed to Ohio State on March 15.
1000% Committed #gobucks #BIA pic.twitter.com/Y97GMz1l6T— JK Johnson (@jakailin6) March 15, 2020
Removed Jake Chaney from the board. The three-star linebacker committed to Wisconsin on March 15.
MY RECRUITMENT IS 100% SHUT DOWN‼️ #ALLIN #OnWisconsin pic.twitter.com/ur4p6KP1DZ— Jake Chaney (@JakeChaney9) March 15, 2020
Removed Evan Pryor from the board. The four-star running back committed to Ohio State on March 16.
All glory to God !!— Evan Pryor (@evanpryor3) March 16, 2020
1000% C O M M I T T E D pic.twitter.com/8EVnYZekMK
Removed Andre Turrentine from the board. The four-star cornerback committed to Ohio State on March 17.
So Blessed— ANDRE TURRENTINE ✨ (@KingATIII) March 17, 2020
1000% Committed ‼️ pic.twitter.com/S5pGRyqxJb
Removed DeAndre Boykins from the board. The four-star safety committed to UNC on March 18.
Removed Dakota Mitchell from the board. The three-star safety committed to LSU on March 19.
407 To The 225 , Respect My Decision...— Dakota Mitchell⁹ (@RockOutNine) March 19, 2020
1000% Committed... #GeauxTigers
B A L L G A M E pic.twitter.com/QFxQeXCzCx
Top Group Updates
Added “No” to Michigan being in Mario Williams’ top group of schools. The four-star wide receiver narrowed his top group to five schools: Florida, Georgia, Alabama, LSU and Oklahoma.
Top 5...... pic.twitter.com/yNURnaZ6XI— Lootrunner.mariooo (@MarioWill00) March 14, 2020
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Victory Vaka’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive tackle technically already had a top five school list, but amended it to include Oregon, Texas A&M, Florida, and Florida State, along with Michigan.
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Added “No” to Michigan being in Troy Stellato’s top group of schools. The four-star wide receiver narrowed his top group to two schools: Clemson and Ohio State.
Who ya got... #Final2 pic.twitter.com/XJ262hKaYI— Troy Stellato (@troystellato) March 15, 2020
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Derrick Edwards’ top group of schools. The three-star safety included Michigan in his list of top 10 schools, along with Kentucky, Louisville, West Virginia, Syracuse, Baylor, Tennessee, Florida State, Pitt and Miami.
God Sat Me Down And Talked To Me I Listened †— Derrick Edwards III ☥ (@7derrickedwards) March 15, 2020
Recruitment Still Open...#TOP10 ! pic.twitter.com/XtygyO0OlA
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Thomas Fidone’s top group of schools. The four-star tight end included Michigan in his list of top six schools, along with Notre Dame, Iowa, Penn State, LSU and Nebraska.
Recruitment still open❗️ #GOTITANS⚔️. @carter_wellz w/ the vid pic.twitter.com/lWd5S9BZXg— Thomas Fidone II ²⁴ (@ThomasFidone) March 16, 2020
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in TreVeyon Henderson’s top group of schools. The five-star running back included Michigan in his list of top nine schools, along with Virginia, Virginia Tech, Georgia, Texas, Ohio State, UNC, Penn State and Oklahoma.
Where will I end up? #Final9 pic.twitter.com/W815OX6Yqb— TreVeyon Henderson (@TreveyonH15) March 17, 2020
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Quintin Somerville’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive end included Michigan in his list of top eight schools, along with Arizona State, Utah, New Mexico, Vanderbilt, Washington, Florida State and Georgia.
TOP 8...Thank You God pic.twitter.com/8tR7aDbENt— Quintin Somerville (@quintinn_2) March 18, 2020
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Jay Toia’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive tackle included Michigan in his list of top eight schools, even though he’s committed to USC. Michigan and USC are joined by LSU, Cal, Utah, UCLA, Oregon and Nebraska.
✅Long Time Comin— Jay (@JayToia_102) March 18, 2020
Special S/O to @5hendo @CoachDiles and all my high school coaches for all the support and the guidance through this tough process. ALL GLORY TO GOD!!!@TDorriz pic.twitter.com/x0lY4c2loA
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Markus Allen’s top group of schools. The three-star wide receiver included Michigan in his list of top 10 schools, along with Indiana, Pitt, Michigan State, Purdue, Cincinnati, Kansas, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wake Forest.
TOP 1️⃣0️⃣❕— Markus Allen☆ (@MarkusAllen19) March 17, 2020
(RECRUITMENT IS 100% OPEN) pic.twitter.com/x1SGfkLRiu
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Kelvin Gilliam’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive end included Michigan in his list of top 15 schools, along with Arkansas, Penn State, South Carolina, Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Pitt, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Boston College, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Arizona State and NC State.
Recruitment is still 100000% open Thank you God !! ....... Top 15 @RazorbackFB @PennStateFball @GamecockFB@GeorgiaTechFB @MSU_Football @OU_Football @Pitt_FB @UMichFootball @HokiesFB @WVUfootball @BCFootball @Vol_Football @VandyFootball @ASUFootball @PackFootball pic.twitter.com/uVPjetzRyZ— Kelvin Gilliam (@Kelvin_Gilliam2) March 19, 2020
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Caleb Tiernan’s top group of schools. The three-star offensive tackle included Michigan in his list of top four schools, along with Ohio State, Northwestern and Penn State.
Blessed for this opportunity! Thank you to all the coaches for making this an amazing experience. With that being said these are my top 4 schools Recruitment open. Edit: @Hayesfawcett3 pic.twitter.com/b1zsotWlzE— Caleb Tiernan (@CalebT00) March 19, 2020
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Xavier Worthy’s top group of schools. The three-star wide receiver included Michigan in his list of top six schools, along with Nebraska, Oregon State, Fresno State, Oregon and Utah.
Top 6— XW1 (@Xavierworthy2) March 20, 2020
Respect My Decision ✊ pic.twitter.com/kf5QamNN4G
Moved Derrick Edwards from the cornerback board to the safety board. The composite score and rankings of the three-star from Miami, Florida was also updated. Edwards is now ranked as the No. 959 prospect overall and the No. 70 safety.
Updated Ricardo Hallman’s composite score and rankings. The three-star cornerback from Fort Lauderdale, Florida was previously unranked and is now No. 424 overall and No. 31 cornerback.