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Michigan football 2021 offer board update: May 8

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Michigan makes the cut for several targets on the defensive side of the ball.

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For another week, the Michigan staff has slowed down on offering scholarships to new prospects, though they did hand a couple out to a running back from Texas and a defensive tackle from the Pacific Northwest. Michigan did make the list for a bunch of its top prospects, though, especially on the defensive side of the ball.

Additions

Added Brashard Smith back to the board after he decommitted from Florida on May 1. The three-star wide receiver from Miami, Florida received his offer from Michigan on Jan. 23.

Added Tavierre Dunlap to the board. The three-star running back from Del Valle, Texas received his offer from Michigan on May 6.

Added Jacob Schuster to the board. The three-star defensive tackle from Olympia, Washington received his offer from Michigan on May 6.

Subtractions

Removed Marcus Bradley from the board. The four-star defensive tackle committed to Maryland on May 1.

Removed Zavier Carter from the board. The four-star linebacker committed to LSU on May 1.

Removed Najee Story from the board. The four-star defensive end committed to Northwestern on May 3.

Removed Elijah Arroyo from the board. The four-star tight end committed to Miami on May 3.

Removed Victory Vaka from the board. The four-star defensive tackle committed to Texas A&M on May 4.

Removed Joshua Robinson from the board. The three-star defensive end committed to Georgia Tech on May 6.

Removed Jason Onye from the board. The three-star defensive end committed to Notre Dame on May 7.

Removed Lonnie White from the board. The three-star athlete committed to Penn State on May 7th.

Top Lists

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Tristan Bounds’ top group of schools. The three-star offensive tackle included Michigan in his list of top eight schools along with Boston College, Maryland, Notre Dame, Texas, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Virginia Tech.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Tyler McLaurin’s top group of schools. The three-star linebacker included Michigan in his list of top five schools along with Iowa State, Michigan State, Texas Tech and Nebraska.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Donovan McMillon’s top group of schools. The three-star safety included Michigan in his list of top 10 schools along with Georgia, Texas A&M, LSU, Oregon, Penn State, Florida, Oklahoma, Virginia Tech and Arizona State.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Tyrion Ingram-Dawkins’ top group of schools. The three-star defensive tackle included Michigan in his list of top 13 schools, along with Oklahoma, Auburn, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia Tech, Penn State, Florida State, Oregon, Texas A&M, NC State and UNC.

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

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Tywone Malone’s top group of schools. The four-star defensive tackle included Michigan in his list of top 14 schools, along with USC, Ole Miss, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Penn State, Florida State, Virginia Tech, LSU, Rutgers, Tennessee, Ohio State and Texas A&M.

Added “No” to Michigan being in JJ Jones’ top group of schools. The three-star wide receiver narrowed his list of top schools down to five: UNC, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Mississippi State.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Will Latu’s top group of schools. The four-star athlete included Michigan in his list of top 11 schools, along with Kansas State, Washington, Washington State, Colorado, Utah, Oregon State, Nebraska, Tennessee, USC and Arizona State.

Added “Yes” to Michigan being in Derek Wilkins’ top group of schools. The four-star defensive end included Michigan in his list of top 12 schools, along with Cal, Oregon, Washington, Boston College, USC, Northwestern, Stanford, Nebraska, Virginia, Oregon State and UCLA.

Added “No” to Michigan being in Khari Gee’s top group of schools. The four-star safety narrowed his list of top schools down to two: Clemson and LSU.