Once again, this week’s offer board update is pretty light on major news. Michigan only sent out two offers to 2021 recruits, both tight ends. Clearly the staff is expanding their board as a safeguard in case they miss out on top target Thomas Fidone. While another highly-ranked tight end left Michigan off his top list, the Wolverines did make the cut for a couple wide receiver targets.
Added Erin Outley to the board. The three-star tight end from Little Rock, Arkansas received his offer from Michigan on April 27th.
Added Bryson Nesbit to the board. The three-star tight end from Charlotte, North Carolina received his offer from Michigan on April 28th.
Blessed to Receive an Offer from the University of Michigan!!! pic.twitter.com/gNtEqeIx4O— Bryson Nesbit (Class of 2021) (@BrysonNesbit) April 28, 2020
Removed Voi Tunuufi from the board. The three-star defensive tackle committed to Washington on April 26th.
Removed David Davidkov from the board. The four-star offensive tackle committed to Iowa on April 27th.
Removed Kamar Wilcoxson from the board. The four-star safety committed to Tennessee on April 27th.
Crazy thing is outta all life done taught me, before you get 1 win you gotta take 1000 losses. pic.twitter.com/EtvPQKXH40— (@KamarWilcoxson4) April 27, 2020
Removed Jahzion Harris from the board. The four-star defensive end committed to Texas A&M on April 28th.
I want to first thank my parents, family, coaches and mentors who’s been actively a positive influence in my life ... as a family we decided that the best place for us is Texas A&M to reach my full potential as a man, student, and a athlete ...— Jahzion Harris (@JahzionHarris) April 28, 2020
IM OFFICIALLY AN AGGIE YA #GigEm pic.twitter.com/Nt6vp2JF0V
Removed Travion Ford from the board. The four-star defensive end committed to Missouri on April 30th.
Removed Terrence Lewis from the board. The five-star linebacker committed to Tennessee on April 30th.
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Rod Moore’s top group of schools. The three-star safety included Michigan in his list of top ten schools, along with Georgia Tech, Indiana, Iowa State, Kentucky, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Pitt, and Michigan State.
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Malik Nabers’ top group of schools. The four-star wide receiver included Michigan in his list of top eleven schools, along with Virginia, Mississippi State, Oregon, Miami, Georgia, Oklahoma, Penn State, Ole Miss, Auburn, and Kentucky.
Added “No” to Michigan being in Jahvaree Ritzie’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive end narrowed his list down to five schools: UNC, South Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio State, and Georgia.
Dear lord , THANK YOU— Jahvaree Ritzie 5️⃣ (@jahvaree) April 26, 2020
•Top 5️⃣ WE LIVE ✌ pic.twitter.com/NI6lQHjeIH
Added “No” to Michigan being in Moliki Matavao’s top group of schools. The four-star tight end narrowed his list down to six schools: Washington, Georgia, Penn State, Oregon, UCLA, and Tennessee.
Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Hal Presley’s top group of schools. The three-star wide receiver included Michigan in his list of top ten schools along with USC, Cal, Ole Miss, Baylor, Louisville, Utah, Texas, Michigan State, and Arkansas.