Michigan Targets in the Latest 2017 Rivals100

The 2016 recruiting cycle is coming to the end which means the 2017 class is about to become the top priority for coaching staffs around the country. Luckily for Michigan, the momentum they have built on the trail and on the field should spill over into the junior class which could end up being one of the best in recent memory, especially when you look at how many top targets are listed in the latest 2017 Rivals100 rankings:

1. DT Marvin Wilson – Good

2. DE Joshua Kaindoh – Decent

3. OT Isaiah Wilson – Very Good

6. DB Lamont Wade – Good

17. OL Wyatt Davis – Good

20. WR Donovan Peoples-Jones – Very Good

22. QB Davis Mills – Decent

23. OT Foster Sarell – Good

26. LB Jarez Parks – Decent

27. DE AJ Epenesa – Decent

32. RB D’Andre Swift – Decent

33. LB Drew Singleton – Very Good

35. ATH Devon Hunter – Low

36. RB Anthony McFarland – Decent

40. WR Joseph Lewis – Decent

45. DB Deangelo Gibbs – Decent

55. RB Toneil Carter – Low

61. ATH Nathan Tilford – Low

63. CB Stanford Samuels – Low

64. DB Leommodore Lenior – Decent

65. ATH Malcolm Askew – Low

71. WR Nico Collins – Good

79. DE Chase Young – Decent

84. DE Luiji Vilain – Decent

88. RB Cordarrian Richardson – Decent

89. DT Fred Hansard – Good

95. LB Jordan Anthony – Low

97. ATH Greg Johnson – Decent

98. LB David Adams – Decent

Out of the names listed above, I believe Michigan has a real shot at 9 of the recruits. That would obviously give them one of the best classes in the country.

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