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Michigan football 2021 offer board update: April 10th

Plenty of prospects at wide receiver and in the secondary keep Michigan in their top lists

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With all of the recruiting attention focused on the basketball team, it’s actually been a pretty quiet week for Michigan football across the country. The biggest development this week was probably four-star running back Lovasea Carroll committing to Georgia, as they are one of the main contenders for tip-top target Donovan Edwards.

Additions

Added Jamon Dumas-Johnson to the board. The four-star linebacker from Baltimore, Maryland, actually received his offer from Michigan back in November, but he slipped through the cracks until he put out his top ten list this week, which we’ll get to later.

Added Arden Walker to the board. The four-star defensive end from Englewood, Colorado, received his offer from Michigan on April 7th.

Subtractions

Removed Cooper Jones from the board. The three-star defensive end committed to Indiana on April 2nd.

Removed Latrell Neville from the board. The four-star wide receiver committed to Virginia Tech on April 5th.

Removed Lovasea Carroll from the board. The four-star running back committed to Georgia on April 9th.

Top Lists

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Jamari Buddin’s top group of schools. The four-star linebacker included Michigan in his list of top seven schools along with Florida State, Boston College, Penn State, Purdue, Michigan State, and Minnesota.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Kalen King’s top group of schools. The four-star cornerback included Michigan in his list of top seven schools along with Penn State, Iowa, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Missouri.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Dont’e Thornton’s top group of schools. The four-star wide receiver included Michigan in his list of top twelve schools along with Virgina, Arizona State, West Virginia, Florida State, Notre Dame, LSU, Oregon, Penn State, USC, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Aaron Willis’ top group of schools. The four-star linebacker included Michigan in his list of top seven schools along with LSU, Alabama, Tennessee, Maryland, Texas, and Arizona State.

Added “No” to Michigan being in Kaden Prather’s top group of schools. The four-star wide receiver narrowed his top group to five schools: Penn State, Maryland, Oklahoma, West Virginia, and South Carolina.

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 eight schools along with West Virginia, Indiana, Michigan State, Kentucky, Iowa State, Boston College, and Purdue.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Taleeq Robbins’ top group of schools. The three-star defensive tackle included Michigan in his list of top seventeen schools along with Ole Miss, Baylor, South Carolina, Iowa State, Tennessee, NC State, Wisconsin, Washington, Texas A&M, Nebraska, Arizona State, Virginia, Duke, Georgia Tech, Rutgers, and West Virginia.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Caleb Banks’ top group of schools. The three-star offensive tackle included Michigan in his list of top eleven schools along with Indiana, Louisville, Iowa State, Purdue, Minnesota, Arizona State, Pitt, Michigan State, Nebraska, and Kentucky.

Added “No” to Michigan being in Marcus Bradley’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive tackle narrowed his top group to six schools: Tennessee, Ohio State, Texas A&M, LSU, USC, and Maryland.

Added “No” to Michigan being in Brock Bowers’ top group of schools. The four-star tight end narrowed his top group to eight schools: Georgia, Oregon, Oregon State, Notre Dame, Penn State, Cal, UCLA, and Washington.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Jamon Dumas-Johnson’s top group of schools. The four-star linebacker included Michigan in his list of top ten schools along with Auburn, Ole Miss, Florida, Tennessee, Maryland, Georgia, Penn State, Texas A&M, and Arizona State.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Raheem Anderson’s top group of schools. The four-star center included Michigan in his list of top eleven schools along with Missouri, Purdue, Nebraska, Kentucky, LSU, Michigan State, Pitt, Louisville, Georgia, and Arkansas.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in John Howse’s top group of schools. The three-star cornerback included Michigan in his list of top ten schools along with Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Kansas, Nebraska, Penn State, Louisville, Boston College, and Purdue.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in JD Coffey’s top group of schools. The four-star safety included Michigan in his list of top six schools along with Oregon, Washington, LSU, Baylor, and Texas.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Tyreek Chappell’s top group of schools. The three-star cornerback included Michigan in his list of top nine schools along with West Virginia, Penn State, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Pitt, Ole Miss, Michigan State, and Baylor.