How’d They Look?: Recruit Reactions to Michigan’s Win Over Maryland

Michigan did it again. Team 136 racked up their 2nd straight shutout of the season and it has just about every fan, analyst and team on notice. It also has caught the eye of all of their commitments as well as several top recruiting targets around the country.

2016 DL commit Rashad Weaver 

“It was sloppy play from both teams first half lots of turn overs. But Michigan offense picked it up second half. And Michigans defense is just nasty. That’s how u play defense having (donut) on the score board”

2016 S commit Josh Metellus 

“I was so excited. The defense played great. That made me even more anxious to get up there and play”

2016 OT commit Erik Swenson

“I saw a little of it and I think we came alive in the second half”

2016 QB/ATH commit Victor Viramontes 

“Two straight shut outs!”

2016 LB commit David Reese

“Yes, Defense wins championship (multiple Michigan emojis). I love how they fly around and create turnovers our front seven is finally being joined by the back end”

2016 WR commit Brad Hawkins

“I loved it good win man keep rolling

2016 CB commit Sir Patrick Scott

“Defense looked great. We have proven why our defense is top in the country. Very stingy on the run”

2016 CB/ATH Lamar Jackson

“They played great. Dominated. Each week they look better and better”

2016 LB Jonathan Jones

2016 ATH Tru Wilson

“The defense is one of the best right now”

2016 CB Dreshun Miller 

“Great game love how the defense plays there very aggressive and aren’t ashamed of what they do. They play with a lot of more swagger this year”

2017 CB commit Benjamin St-Juste

“Watched the the game online, really good game for Mich, interceptions and forced fumbles i like that”

2017 DB Jaylen Kelly-Powell

“Michigan defense looks very impressive. I can’t wait to see next week’s game against NU. Top 2 defenses on the field.”

2018 offered ATH Justin Ademilola 

“I loved the way Michigan’s defensive played! From the LB to the DL with all those back to back sacks and the Dbs with the INTs”