New Michigan Man: 2022 DB Myles Rowser Commits to Michigan

While Michigan is about to close the 2020 class and shift its focus to 2021, the 2022 class had to make a little more noise. That is as the Wolverines added its second member to the future class as Belleville (MI) DB Myles Rowser has committed to Michigan.


Scouting Report

Through his first two years of high school ball, Rowser has solidified himself as a big-time football recruit. He already has an impressive build and length for a sophomore defensive back and shows both the athleticism and physicality necessary for a playmaking defensive back. Has some sticky coverage skills and shows both smarts and the willingness to lay the wood playing in the box or blitzing off the edge. There’s plenty of time to go but he could play either corner or free safety at the next level.


One of those “when, not if” recruits. He’s the younger brother of 2020 Michigan signee Andre Seldon and has been visiting and very familiar with the program since middle school. After landing his offer from the staff in February following his freshmen season, all signs pointed to the Wolverines.

I put in my Crystal Ball for Rowser once he received his offer. He and the staff waited nearly a year after that offer but he followed through as expected and committed to Michigan on the day of the 2020 National Championship Game.

  • Height: 6’0”
  • Weight: 175lbs
  • Hometown (School): Belleville, MI (Belleville)
  • Notable Offers: Florida, Penn State, Florida State, Minnesota
  • Rankings: Rivals (N/A) – 247Sports (N/A) – ESPN (N/A)


As for the Rest of the Class

Rowser is the second overall commitment, the first defensive back, and the second in-state commit. This is a good start to what is setting up early on to be a pretty good one for the maize and blue. Some names to watch closely are future five-star’s CB William Johnson, DB Domani Jackson, and RB Raleek Brown, top 50 targets CB Jaeden Gould, DL Derrick Moore, and WR Tyler Morris.

Other names to watch include QB Nicco Marichol, DT Nasir Pearce, ATH Dasan McCullough, RB Dillon Tatum, and #4 overall player DE Wilfredo Aybar.

Photo Credit: Mark Brennan/FOS/247Sports

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