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Michigan football 2021 offer board update: April 3

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Michigan missed out on some targets in the past week, but also made the top list for several other prospects.

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Michigan notched another commitment this week and may be picking up steam with some other targets, especially in the Buckeye state. This week’s board update features the addition of an intriguing flip candidate, some new cornerback offers, and a few guys from the West Coast who like Michigan a lot.

Additions

Added Patrick Hisatake to the athlete board. The three-star from Portland, Oregon received an offer from Michigan on March 28.

Added Lorenzo Styles to the wide receiver board. The four-star from Pickerington, Ohio is currently committed to Notre Dame, but following reports the Michigan staff was FaceTiming him I determined he’s a legitimate flip candidate. He was initially offered by Michigan back in Nov. 2018.

Added Dyson McCutcheon to the cornerback board. The three-star from La Puente, California received an offer from Michigan on March 30.

Added Bryce Stephens to the cornerback board. The three-star from Oklahoma City received an offer from Michigan on March 31.

Added Josh Simmons to the interior offensive linemen board. The four-star from La Mesa, California received an offer from Michigan on March 31.

Subtractions

Removed Demeioun Robinson from the board. The four-star defensive end committed to Maryland on March 27.

Removed TreVeyon Henderson from the board. The five-star running back committed to Ohio State on March 27.

Removed Caleb Tiernan from the board. The three-star offensive tackle committed to Northwestern on March 28.

Top Lists

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in AJ Green’s top group of schools. The four-star running back included Michigan in his list of top eight schools along with Oklahoma, South Carolina, LSU, Baylor, Texas Tech, Arkansas and Oklahoma State.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Prophet Brown’s top group of schools. The four-star running back included Michigan in his list of top six schools along with Oklahoma, Nebraska, Oregon, Notre Dame and USC.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Donovan McMillon’s top group of schools. The three-star safety included Michigan in his list of top 15 schools along with Oklahoma, Iowa, Michigan State, Virginia Tech, Penn State, Pitt, Arizona State, Purdue, Notre Dame, Louisville, Northwestern, Cincinnati, Texas A&M and Duke.

Added “No” to Michigan being in Hudson Wolfe’s top group of schools. The four-star tight end narrowed his top group to five schools: Ohio State, Ole Miss, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Shemar Turner’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive end included Michigan in his list of top 11 schools, along with Texas A&M, Baylor, Ohio State, Florida, Oregon, LSU, Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia and Texas.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Bram Walden’s top group of schools. The four-star offensive tackle included Michigan in his list of top 12 schools, along with Ohio State, USC, Arizona State, Oregon, Stanford, Texas A&M, Texas, Utah, Florida State, LSU and Washington.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Colby McDonald’s top group of schools. The three-star running back included Michigan in his list of top eight schools, along with Pitt, Louisville, Maryland, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Boston College and Syracuse.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Julien Simon’s top group of schools. The four-star athlete included Michigan in his list of top eight schools, along with Oregon, Washington, Cal, Arizona State, USC, Texas and Stanford.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Kobe King’s top group of schools. The three-star linebacker included Michigan in his list of top seven schools, along with Arkansas, Iowa, Iowa State, Minnesota, Penn State and Wisconsin.