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Michigan football 2021 offer board update: May 22

Michigan makes the top group for a couple defensive prospects and hands out more offers.

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This may have been the slowest week of recruiting news pertaining to Michigan since I’ve started this article. The coaches haven’t been handing out too many 2021 offers recently, but there has also been a decrease in players releasing their top groups of schools. Still, Michigan made the top group for a couple prospects, one which should be obvious, and another who is more under the radar.

Additions

Added Amari Daniels to the board. The three-star running back from Miami, Florida received his offer from Michigan on May 19.

Added Daymon David to the board. The three-star safety from Reisterstown, Maryland received his offer from Michigan on May 20.

Subtractions

Removed Clayton Smith from the board. The four-star linebacker committed to Oklahoma on May 15.

Removed Hal Presley from the board. The three-star wide receiver committed to Baylor on May 16.

Removed Miles Campbell from the board. The three-star tight end committed to Tennessee on May 18.

Removed Khari Gee from the board. The four-star safety committed to LSU on May 18.

Removed Barrett Carter from the board. The four-star linebacker committed to Clemson on May 19.

Top Lists

Added “No” to Michigan being in Landyn Watson’s top group of schools. The three-star defensive end narrowed his list of top schools down to six: Arizona State, TCU, Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Cal and Arkansas.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Tobechi Okoli’s top group of schools. The three-star defensive end included Michigan in his list of top eight schools, along with Missouri, Kansas State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Auburn and Georgia.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Jaydon Hood’s top group of schools. The four-star linebacker included Michigan in his list of top 10 schools along with Kentucky, Virginia Tech, Minnesota, Louisville, USF, West Virginia, Vanderbilt, South Carolina and Miami.