Finally! The 2014 Michigan football season is upon us and the coaching staff is not only getting ready to host the Appalachian State Mountaineers but they are also getting ready to host 4 of the top in-state prospects in the 2016 class. Those players are:
2016 RB Matt Falcon
— Steve Lorenz (@TremendousUM) August 26, 2014
Falcon is, IMO, the best running back in the state and happens to be apart of a family full of Wolverine fans. With the way he looked during his preseason scrimmages, I believe Michigan will offer him and will jump to the top of his list. He will likely be included in my September version of the 2016 Best Guess Recruiting Class.
2016 DE Khalid Kareem
Another in-state star that has high interest in Michigan. Kareem is very raw but has the measurables that coaches are looking for in a pass rushing defensive end. If he gets off to a hot start this season, he\’s another candidate to receive an offer and have the Wolverines very high on his list.
2016 LB David Reese
— Eric Rutter (@EricRutterScout) August 27, 2014
Looking for another 2016 in-state star that\’s high on the Wolverines? Here you go. Reese is a stout MIKE linebacker that fits Mattison\’s defense very well. Like the other visitors, he\’s a recruit that will likely receive an offer with a great junior season.
2016 CB Lavert Hill
Brother of Michigan safety Delano Hill, Lavert is one of the most touted recruits in the state, region and country. He reminds me a ton of Jourdan Lewis but could end up being even better. This will be his 4th visit in just over a month and it looks like the Wolverines are the favorites here.
2017 WR Donovan Peoples-Jones
Cass Tech 2017 WR Donovan Peoples-Jones will visit #Michigan tomorrow
— Allen Trieu (@AllenTrieu) August 30, 2014
The top player in the state for 2017 will also be visiting on Saturday, which is always big news. He is a dynamic talent and will likely receive an offer after a hot start to his sophomore season. If so, Michigan should be near the top of his list very early on.
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