There was finally some good news on the recruiting trail for Michigan this week as they nabbed two commitments in the span of a couple of hours on Wednesday. Four-star Greg Crippen was known to be a Michigan lean, while Dominick Giudice committed before I could even add him to the 2021 offer board. Here’s what else happened in the last week.
Added Deion Colzie to the wide receiver board. The four-star from Athens, Georgia, received an offer from Michigan on March 20th after decommitting from Notre Dame.
Added Darryl Peterson to the defensive end board. The three-star from Akron, Ohio, received an offer from Michigan on March 24th.
Added Dominick Giudice to the defensive end board. The three-star from Freehold, New Jersey, received an offer from Michigan on March 25th and subsequently committed a few hours later.
Removed Terry Lockett from the board. The three-star defensive tackle committed to Syracuse on March 22nd.
I made I promise to you mom that I will take care of you and the girls one day. Today I’m able to take a huge step forward into doing that. God has blessed and gave me the opportunity to make my dreams come true. I am 10000% COMMITTED #GoCuse pic.twitter.com/ktrHHLJ8dM— Terry Lockett (@terrylockett7) March 22, 2020
Removed Jonathan Jefferson from the board. The four-star defensive end committed to Georgia on March 23rd.
Removed Landon Tengwall from the board. The four-star offensive tackle committed to Penn State on March 26th.
Top Group Updates
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Baron Hopson’s top group of schools. The three-star linebacker included Michigan in his list of top eight schools, along with Nebraska, Indiana, Georgia Tech, Duke, Pitt, Cincinnati, and Louisville.
Blessed to be in this position. Thank you to every coach and school who has recruited me. From this point on these 8 schools will be my main focus. Still 100% open .. @Recruit_Edits pic.twitter.com/AwXdajOT9j— Baron Hopson¹⁹ (@hopson_baron) March 20, 2020
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Rayshaun Benny’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive lineman included Michigan in his list of top 14 schools, along with Ohio State, Oregon, Tennessee, Iowa, Kentucky, Arkansas, Michigan State, Penn State, LSU, Georgia, Auburn, Miami, and Arizona State.
Top 14‼️Happy birthday grandma pic.twitter.com/IpPbZynHcV— Rayshaun Benny (@rayshaun_benny) March 21, 2020
Added “No” to Michigan being in Malcolm Johnson Jr.’s top group of schools. The four-star wide receiver narrowed his top group to twelve schools: Ole Miss, Alabama, South Carolina, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Georgia, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, LSU, Auburn, and Tennessee.
Top 12 (Recruitment 100% open) pic.twitter.com/YPiCZe9hMY— Malcolm Johnson Jr (@TTG_Malcolm) March 22, 2020
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Landyn Watson’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive end included Michigan in his list of top 13 schools, along with Arizona State, Mississippi State, Missouri, Arkansas, Notre Dame, Baylor, Penn State, Cal, Tennessee, LSU, Texas Tech, and Virginia Tech.
•Jeremiah 29:11• Thank You..Top 13.. LandOfWatson..— Landyn Watson (@landynwatson) March 23, 2020
(No Specific Order..) pic.twitter.com/TGUgG3OCW2
Added “No” to Michigan being in Jaylin Davies’ top group of schools. The four-star cornerback narrowed his top group to seven schools: Ohio State, Washington, Alabama, Texas, USC, Arizona State, and UCLA.
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Jack Pugh’s top group of schools. The four-star tight end included Michigan in his list of top six schools, along with Indiana, Penn State, Cincinnati, Wisconsin, and Michigan State.