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Michigan football 2021 offer board update: May 29

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No new offers went out, but Michigan made the cut for some top prospects.

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Well, we have a first for these weekly board updates after three months of writing them. Michigan didn’t offer a 2021 prospect in the last week. Obviously, offers are going to slow down as the cycle continues on and Michigan’s class fills up. It was also slow on the subtraction side, as only three players committed to other schools. Michigan did make the top list for several prospects, including Rocco Spindler and Ryan Barnes, who are top targets at their positions.

Subtractions

Removed JJ Jones from the board. The three-star wide receiver committed to UNC May 21.

Removed Jack Pugh from the board. The four-star tight end committed to Wisconsin May 25.

Removed Chaz Chambliss from the board. The four-star linebacker committed to Georgia May 26.

Removed Moliki Matavao from the board. The four-star tight end committed to Oregon May 27.

Top Lists

Added “No” to Michigan being in Brashard Smith’s top group of schools. The three-star wide receiver narrowed his list of top schools down to five: Auburn, Florida, Miami, Oregon and Tennessee.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Rocco Spindler’s top group of schools. The four-star guard included Michigan in his list of top five schools, along with Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State and LSU.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Ryan Keeler’s top group of schools. The three-star defensive end included Michigan in his list of top five schools, along with Rutgers, Ole Miss, Virginia and Texas Tech.

Added “No” to Michigan being in Dont’e Thornton’s top group of schools. The four-star wide receiver narrowed his list of top schools down to six: Arizona State, USC, Oregon, Notre Dame, Virginia and Florida State.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Will Latu’s top group of schools. The four-star athlete included Michigan in his top group of schools, along with USC, Washington and Utah.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Daymon David’s top group of schools. The three-star safety included Michigan in his list of top six schools, along with Miami, Indiana, Louisville, Boston College and Oklahoma.

Added “No” to Michigan being in J. Michael Sturdivant’s top group of schools. The four-star wide receiver narrowed his list of top schools down to four: Cal, LSU, Oklahoma and UCLA.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Ryan Barnes’ top group of schools. The three-star cornerback included Michigan in his list of top 15 schools, along with Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, Duke, Penn State, Florida State, Tennessee, Oregon, South Carolina, Clemson, Virginia, NC State, Maryland, West Virginia and Georgia Tech.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Kechaun Bennett’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive end, who has since committed, included Michigan in his list of top six schools, along with Syracuse, Ole Miss, Cal, Miami and Notre Dame.