Team 137 Best Guess Recruiting Class: January 25th

For my 2nd to last dueling class prediction vs MaizenBrew’s Anthony Broome before National Signing Day, I took some chances and stayed away from playing it safe.

Here are a couple notes about the class prediction below:

  • On top of TMI’s Sam Webb reporting it, 247Sports’ Steve Wiltfong is also hearing that Michigan could sign up to 30 commitments in 2016 ($).
  • Below are 32 names, including 2 of the commits in limbo and 10 new commitments.
  • As for those commits in limbo:
    • DT Jordan Elliott
      • Elliott went from calling out reporters who thought he could flip from Michigan to Texas to taking an official visit to Austin this past weekend. Thanks to that and some intel I received about that trip, it looks like a matter of time before he flips. Though, the staff isn’t going down without a fight. This could get interesting as we head into NSD.
    • WR Nate Johnson
      • Thanks to his decision to announce a final decision on NSD and visit to Notre Dame this past weekend, it looks like he’s on the outside looking in, in terms of landing a spot in the class. It’s unknown how much the staff will continue to push for him with multiple receivers favoring UM.
    • LB Dytarious Johnson 
      • Johnson has been committed since the summer but has gone on radio silence for awhile. Though I believe the staff likes his game, there have been rumors for awhile about if he’ll sign with UM.
    • DE Rashad Weaver 
      • Weaver recently took visits to Temple and USF which has most believing he’s another candidate that could flip before NSD. It’s not a surefire outcome just yet and he’s a name to watch closely this week.
  • As for the 10 new commitments, they should start to come in throughout the week though most may be publicly announced on National Signing Day, according to Wolverine247’s Steve Lorenz ($).

Remember, after scrolling through the list, make sure to vote on which 2nd to last 2016 Michigan class prediction was best at the bottom of the page.

Before you check out my list, here is Anthony Broome’s latest class prediction.

As for mine, enjoy the reaches:

Chances Key

  • Excellent – Expected to Commit
  • Very Good – Definitely Possible/Top 2 Teams
  • Good – Realistic Option
  • Decent – Puncher’s Chance
  • Low – Likely Not Happening

1. QB: Brandon Peters, 6’5” 205lbs. Avon, IN (Avon)

Doug McSchooler/for The Star

via Doug McSchooler/for The Star

The Avon two-sport star’s recruitment was very quiet and simple. After landing his offer from Michigan back on February 9th, most believed he was bound for the Maize and Blue, as long as they didn’t pick someone up before he got on campus. And they were right. Peters pulled the trigger within hours of getting on campus for the first time.

  • Commitment Date: 4/4/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: March 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: Yes

2. RB: Kingston Davis, 6’1” 225lbs. Prattville, AL (Prattville) 

via Albert Cesare/ Montgomery Advertiser)

via Albert Cesare/ Montgomery Advertiser)

As for his recruitment, it was a very quiet one at that. He only held offers from three other Power 5 conference teams and once Michigan offered him and landed his teammate and good friend Keith Washington (2015 CB signee), things looked great. Add in a wonderful visit for the spring game and Michigan had it’s 1st running back of the 2016 class.

  • Commitment Date: 4/6/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: April 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: Yes

3. RB: Kareem Walker, 6’1” 210lbs. Wayne, NJ (De Paul Catholic)

via John Jones/MaxPreps

via John Jones/MaxPreps

There weren’t many recruitments that were as wild as Walker’s. He committed to Ohio State at halftime of their National Championship game and stuck with it for months. Then news broke of him taking an out of the blue official visit to Michigan for the Northwestern game and that’s when the fun started. I learned that Walker was likely to decommit from OSU and favor UM, and he ended up following suit.

Thanks to the relationships he built with the staff, players and recruits, as well as his fit in the offense, he saw the right fit in Ann Arbor even though both Florida State and others had him thinking twice before his decision. But at the end of the day, he stayed true to his word and committed to UM.

  • Commitment Date: 12/17/15
  • Story
  • First on List: January 2014
  • Highlights 
  • Early Enrollee: Yes

4. WR/ATH: Brad Hawkins, 6’2” 205lbs. Camden, NJ (Camden)

via David Gard/NJ.com

via David Gard/NJ.com

Michigan didn’t look like a very realistic option for Hawkins until the new staff took over and made him a top priority. Add in his fantastic trips to the Ann Arbor and most of his New Jersey buddies choosing the Wolverines and Michigan had this one in the bag for quite awhile.

  • Commitment Date: 7/3/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: April 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

5. WR: Dylan Crawford, 6’1” 175lbs. Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (SMC) 

Photo Credit: Michael Ulatoski/U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Michael Ulatoski/U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Crawford’s recruitment was a bit of a roller coaster. Early in the process, he visited Ann Arbor with friend and teammate QB KJ Costello, and both were said to love everything they saw. However, the coaching staff change looked to put UM on the back burner until Harbaugh and company came calling again. Thanks to his official visit for the MSU game, the educational and football opportunities in Ann Arbor (it also helped that Oregon reportedly ran out of room in their class), he decided to don the Maize and Blue hat at the Army All-American Game.

  • Commitment Date: 1/9/2016
  • Story
  • First on List: August 2014
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

6. WR: Eddie McDoom, 6’0” 175lbs. Winter Garden, FL (West Orange)

Photo Credit: orangeobserver.com

via orangeobserver.com

McDoom decommitted from Oregon last week after scheduling his official visit for this past weekend. According to 247Sports’ Ryan Bartow, McDoom let him know that he could very well commit to Michigan during his official visit if he enjoyed the trip ($). Well, the trip is over and while there isn’t a public commitment, he looks like the best bet to be one of the silent commits that will announce on NSD, if not sooner.

  • Offer: Yes
  • Visit: Yes
  • Michigan’s Chances: Excellent
  • First on List: January 15th, 2016
  • Highlights
  • Other Options: Nate Johnson, Keyshawn Young, Chase Allen, Nick Eubanks, Jacob Mathis

7. WR: Donald Stewart, 6’4” 190lbs. Paramus, NJ (Paramus Catholic)

Saed Hindash | NJ Advance Media

via Saed Hindash | NJ Advance Media

Stewart looked like a lock to join the class early on in the cycle but Stanford surged to the top of his list over the summer. While the Cardinal are still a definite option to land his commitment, his official visit this past weekend to Ann Arbor may have sealed the deal for the Wolverines. Look for him to announce right before/on NSD.

  • Offer: Yes
  • Visit: Yes
  • Michigan’s Chances: Very Good to Excellent
  • First on List: May 2015
  • Highlights
  • Other Options: Nate Johnson, Keyshawn Young, Chase Allen, Nick Eubanks, Jacob Mathis

8. TE: Sean McKeon, 6’5” 230lbs. Dudley, MA (Shepherd Hill)

via Linda Flibbert/ESPN

via Linda Flibbert/ESPN

McKeon’s recruitment like several of Michigan’s summer commitments as it completely changed once he received the offer from the Wolverines. He landed his offer on June 1st and decided to pull the trigger right after having a standout performance at the ExposureU camp in front of the coaching staff.

  • Commitment Date: 6/15/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: July 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: Yes

9. TE: Devin Asiasi, 6’4” 265lbs. Concord, CA (De La Salle)

via Scout.com

via Scout.com

Adding Asiasi to this list may be a bit of a reach but after his official visit to Michigan this past weekend, things are definitely starting to sway in the Wolverines direction. Both him and his teammate DT Boss Tagaloa loved what they saw in Ann Arbor and with them reportedly wanting to play together in college, Michigan and UCLA are the best chances for them to do that. Add in UM’s tight end usage and both David Long and Dylan Crawford helping recruit him, Asiasi may lean one way more than the other.

  • Offer: Yes
  • Visit: Yes
  • Michigan’s Chances: Good
  • First on List: March 2015
  • Highlights
  • Other Options: Nate Johnson, Keyshawn Young, Chase Allen, Nick Eubanks, Jacob Mathis

10. OT: Devery Hamilton, 6’6” 290lbs. Baltimore, MD (Gilman)

via Scout.com

via Scout.com

Landing the talented Gilman star was a bit of a shock for a lot of Michigan fans. Most believed he was heading to the west coast to play for Stanford, but the visit he had to Ann Arbor back in April obviously was even better than reported. And now he’s apart of one of the best offensive line hauls in the country.

  • Commitment Date: 6/24/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: January 2014
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

11. OG: Ben Bredeson, 6’5” 295lbs. Hartland, WI (Arrowhead)

via Scout.com

via Scout.com

As for his recruitment, Michigan looked to be a legit landing spot for him since about day one. Though most had him pegged to stay home and play for the Badgers, the mix of the new coaching staff, the possibility to play early and his brother being a member of the Wolverines baseball team, Michigan was the right place for him.

  • Commitment Date: 6/17/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: April 2014
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

12. OG: Michael Onwenu, 6’3” 365lbs. Detroit, MI (Cass Tech)

via MaizeAndBlueNews.com

via MaizeAndBlueNews.com

Though “Big Mike” is a local product from Michigan’s (previous) super pipeline, his recruitment was a bit of a roller coaster. He was extremely high on Ohio State during the fall of his junior year but after the coaching change and the addition of Harbaugh, he became a top target and quickly started falling in love with the Maize and Blue. That admiration grew enough that he made a surprise visit to Schembechler Hall and gave his pledge to the Wolverines.

Though he visited Michigan State right before NSD, I still firmly believe he’ll sign with Michigan.

  • Commitment Date: 6/3/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: March 2014
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

13. OL: Stephen Spanellis, 6’5” 325lbs. Baltimore, MD (Gilman)

Photo Credit: Scout.com

Photo Credit: Scout.com

Spanellis was offered by Brady Hoke early on in his high school career but didn’t seem to give Michigan much of a look. However, once Harbaugh and Drevno came calling, offered him a scholarship and brought him on campus for an official visit in mid-January, it looked likely that he’d be a Wolverine as long as he was a take by the staff. Well, those questions were answered when he decided to flip his commitment from Virginia to Michigan with the help of his teammate and UM commit OT Devery Hamilton. 

  • Commitment Date: 1/21/16
  • Story
  • First on List: Now
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

14. DT/OL: Boss Tagaloa, 6’3” 295lbs. Concord, CA (De La Salle)

via Willie Eashman/CalHiSports.com

via Willie Eashman/CalHiSports.com

Like his teammate, TE Devin Asiasi, adding Tagaloa to the list is a bit of a reach at this point. His official visit was said to go as good as possible. According to Scout’s Greg Biggins, it went so well that Michigan is a real possibility and he wouldn’t be shocked if they can land the duo ($). That packaged deal for the De La Salle duo looks real but the staff will likely have to beat out UCLA for their commitment.

For Tagaloa, the Jordan Elliott recruitment could be a big factor. If he ends up flipping to Texas, the UM staff may push even harder for the California standout.

  • Offer: Yes
  • Visit: Yes
  • Michigan’s Chances: Good
  • First on List: March 2015
  • Highlights
  • Other Options: Jordan Elliott, Keyshon Camp, Rashad Weaver

15. DT: Michael Dwumfour, 6’2” 285lbs. Wayne, NJ (DePaul Catholic)

Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News

Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News

Dwumfour took an official visit to Penn State this past weekend to follow up his official to Michigan. Though James Franklin had the last chance to have him on campus, I still fully believe he flips him commitment from the Nittany Lions to the Wolverines this week. Not only is Michigan on a much better trajectory but he is best friends with RB Kareem Walker and top target DT Rashan Gary.

  • Offer: Yes
  • Visit: Yes
  • Michigan’s Chances: Very Good (Committed to Penn State)
  • First on List: January 15th
  • Highlights
  • Other Options: Jordan Elliott, Keyshon Camp, Rashad Weaver

16. DL: Rashan Gary, 6’4” 305lbs. Paramus, NJ (Paramus Catholic)

via MaxPreps

via MaxPreps

Gary is the top target on the board and the staff has recruited him better than just about any recruit in recent memory. Thanks to getting him on campus five times during the cycle, including an unofficial trip to Ann Arbor this past weekend. Add in several of his best friends already committed/likely to commit to the class and his mother being very high on UM, and I’ll be shocked if he chooses anyone but the Wolverines on NSD.

  • Offer: Yes
  • Visit: Yes
  • Michigan’s Chances: Very Good
  • Decision Date: NSD
  • First on List: August 2014
  • Highlights
  • Other Options: Jordan Elliott, Keyshon Camp, Rashad Weaver

17. DL: Rashad Weaver, 6’5” 245lbs. Ft Lauderdale, FL (Cooper City) 

via SFHSSports

via SFHSSports

Like some of the other commits from over the summer, Weaver is a name to watch up until NSD. He recently visited Temple and USF, both look to be a real candidates to flip him.

  • Commitment Date: 6/14/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: June 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

18. DE: Connor Murphy, 6’7” 250lbs. Phoenix, AZ (Brophy Prep)

via maxpreps.com

via maxpreps.com

Though Murphy recently received a Crystal Ball prediction for USC from 247Sports analyst Ryan Bartow, Michigan looks to be in great shape. He just visited Ann Arbor this past weekend just a day after Harbaugh slept over his house. And after talking with him, both events went really well. Though UM just added a defensive end in Joshua Uche, I still believe a spot is available for Murphy.

  • Offer: Yes
  • Visit: Yes
  • Michigan’s Chances: Very Good
  • Decision Date: TBD
  • First on List: February 2015
  • Highlights
  • Other Options: Rashad Weaver, Jordan Elliott, Keyshon Camp, Jonathan Jones

19. DE: Ron Johnson, 6’4” 240lbs. Camden, NJ (Camden)

via Lori M. Nichols/NJ.com

via Lori M. Nichols/NJ.com

Ever since he visited back in March, most believed Michigan was the favorites and he didn’t hide his admiration for the Maize and Blue. Once he planned on making a return trip, a commitment looked inevitable, and it was as he decided to be the first New Jersey target to join the class over the summer.

  • Commitment Date: 6/25/2015
  • Story 
  • First on List: March 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

20. DE/OLB: Joshua Uche, 6’3” 215lbs. Miami, FL (Columbus)

Photo Credit: VINCENT DEVRIES/The Miami Herald

Photo Credit: VINCENT DEVRIES/The Miami Herald

As for his recruitment, this was another one that happened quickly for Michigan. He added his offer from the Wolverines right after Don Brown took the defensive coordinator position and became a priority for the staff. He officially visited Ann Arbor two weeks before NSD and saw everything he needed. Thanks to the opportunities in Ann Arbor and his friendship with LB Elysee Mbem-Bosse, Uche committed to the Wolverines with Mbem-Bosse on January 24th.

21. DE/OLB: Carlo Kemp, 6’4” 250lbs. Boulder, CO (Fairview) 

via Karl Gehring/The Denver Post

via Karl Gehring/The Denver Post

In UM’s defense, the BUCK linebacker/hybrid defensive end position is one of the most important. And that is where Kemp is projected to play. He has the size, athleticism and instincts that should fit that position perfectly. Whether he starts off there or starts at defensive end or another linebacker position, there’s a good chance he sees the field early on in his career.

  • Commitment Date: 11/8/2015
  • Story 
  • First on List: August 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: Yes

22. LB: Devin Bush Jr, 6’0” 228lbs. Pembroke Pines, FL (Flanagan)

via Greg Oyster/247Sports

via Greg Oyster/247Sports

As for his recruitment, as soon as the new staff took over, he became one of their top targets at linebacker. But most didn’t believe he would leave the state as his father (and coach) is a former standout Florida State Seminole. However, thanks to the staff’s pursuit, multiple visits to Ann Arbor and his two teammates (LB Devin Gil and S Josh Metellus) already being committed, he stuck with his silent commitment even with tons of rumors of him choosing FSU in the end.

  • Commitment Date: 12/16/15
  • Story
  • First on List: June 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: Yes

23. LB: Dytarious Johnson, 6’1” 220lbs. Prattville, AL (Prattville)

via Lloyd Gallman Montgomery Advertiser

via Lloyd Gallman Montgomery Advertiser

There are some questions out there about whether or not Johnson will remain in this class so this will be a situation to monitor up until NSD.

  • Commitment Date: 6/7/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: June 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

24. LB: Elysee Mbem-Bosse, 6’3” 235lbs. Ellenwood, GA (Cedar Grove)

Photo Credit: Scout.com

Photo Credit: Scout.com

As for his recruitment, Michigan had been targeting him for awhile but looked to be a forgotten offer by most as he looked to be favoring Auburn and NC State when he was expected to decide in December. However, he held off on those plans and the Wolverines jumped on their opportunity.

With time running out on the cycle and linebacker being a big need, the staff ramped up their pressure and got him on campus for an official visit. Thanks to that visit, the staff wanting him as much as they did and his budding friendship with DE Joshua Uche, Mbem-Bosse committed to the Wolverines along with Uche just hours after leaving campus.

  • Commitment Date: 1/24/16
  • Story
  • First on List: Now
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

25. OLB: Devin Gil, 6’1” 205lbs. Hollywood, FL (Flanagan)

via Hudl.com

via Hudl.com

As for his recruitment, he committed to Miami back in January and looked to be very solid on that commitment. That was until Michigan got involved. They quickly made him and his teammates, Devin Bush Jr and Josh Metellus, priorities, and once they got the trio on campus, it looked like just a matter of time. Especially after Gil decommitted from Miami while in Ann Arbor.

  • Commitment Date: 6/19/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: June 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

26. CB: David Long, 6’0” 185lbs. Los Angeles, CA (Loyola) 

(via David Long)

(via David Long)

Washington analysts believed they were destined to land the Loyola star but it was UM that took the lead when it mattered and Long showed it by wearing Michigan arm bands at the Army All-American game. UW didn’t give up the fight but thanks to a well documented in-home visit with Coach Harbaugh, having family in the state and childhood friend WR Dylan Crawford already joining the fold, Long decided to publicly commit to the Wolverines on ESPNU just a week and some change before NSD.

  • Commitment Date: 1/21/16
  • Story 
  • First on List: February 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

27. CB: Lavert Hill, 5’10” 175lbs. Detroit, MI (King)

Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier/Detroit Free Press

Lavert Hill. (via Kirthmon F. Dozier/Detroit Free Press)

Hill went from being a near lock to a 50/50 shot to end up in this class. While I didn’t add him to my list last week, his actions this past weekend landed him on the list this week. According to multiple reports, he visited Michigan on Sunday on his way home from his official visit to Michigan State. Though some see it as a way to tell the staff about him choosing the Spartans, my natural optimism and some intel is thinking it was more of him stopping by to talk to the staff about the last few DB spots remaining in the class.

  • Offer: Yes
  • Visit: Yes
  • Michigan’s Chances: Very Good
  • Decision Date: January 21st
  • First on List: February 2015
  • Highlights
  • Other Options: Jordan Fuller, Keyshawn Young, Isaiah Simmons, Chris Brown

28. S: Josh Metellus, 6’0” 195lbs. Hollywood, FL (Flanagan)

via @SleeperAthletes

via @SleeperAthletes

Metellus is another underrated defensive stand out the staff loved after seeing in person. Quickly after receiving the offer, he decided to decommit from Georgia Southern on his visit to Ann Arbor and join the Wolverine’s 2016 class a couple days later.

  • Commitment Date: 6/17/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: June 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

29. ATH: Ahmir Mitchell, 6’3” 206lbs. Egg Harbor City, NJ (Cedar Creek)

via Andrew Mills/The Star-Ledger

via Andrew Mills/The Star-Ledger

As for his recruitment, he is a name that most Michigan recruiting fans know well as he was offered back in the Hoke era (as a safety) and was actually pretty high on the Wolverines. I even included him in my Best Guess Recruiting Class from September 2014. However, he went from a possible addition to a likely one once Harbaugh and the new staff made him a priority. Add in the New Jersey connections and Michigan has one of the best pure athletes in the 2016 class.

  • Commitment Date: 8/27/15
  • Story 
  • First on List: September 2014
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: Yes

30. ATH: Chris Evans, 5’11” 186lbs. Indianapolis, IN (Ben Davis)

via Doug McSchooler/Indy Star

via Doug McSchooler/Indy Star

While he didn’t have the longest offer list, as soon as Michigan got into the game, it was over. The staff quickly made the Ben Davis star a priority and made sure to get him on campus as soon as possible. After seeing what the program truly had to offer and receiving his offer, he went home and came to the conclusion that he wanted to be a Wolverine.

Though Ohio State and others tried to take a run at him, he wanted to stick with the Wolverines.

  • Commitment Date: 6/7/2015
  • Story
  • First on List: June 2015
  • Highlights
  • Early Enrollee: No

31. ATH: Khaleke Hudson, 6’0” 205lbs. McKeesport, PA (McKeesport)

via Ken Reabe Jr./Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

via Ken Reabe Jr./Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Hudson is one of the most versatile option on the board and the staff seems to love what he could bring to the roster. Thanks to them selling him on that during his official visit, they look to be the favorites as we head into the final week before National Signing Day. Though he made his way to Penn State this past weekend, I am still expecting him to commit to Michigan before/on NSD

  • Offer: Yes
  • Visit: Yes
  • Michigan’s Chances: Very Good
  • Decision Date: TBD
  • First on List: December 2015
  • Highlights
  • Other Options: Jordan Fuller, Keyshawn Young, Isaiah Simmons, Chris Brown

32. K/P: Quinn Nordin, 6’1” 200lbs. Rockford, MI (Rockford)

via Bruce Nordin/SI.com

via Bruce Nordin/SI.com

Nordin is now famously known as the recruit who committed to Penn State with a private jet video and had a sleepover with Jim Harbaugh. Well, he also happens to be the top kicker in the class and clearly a priority for the Michigan staff.

  • Offer: Yes
  • Visit: Yes
  • Michigan’s Chances: Excellent (Committed to Penn State)
  • First on List: April 2015
  • Highlights
  • Other Options: Jordan Fuller, Keyshawn Young, Isaiah Simmons, Chris Brown

Projected Class Score: 288.73 (per 247Sports)

This class prediction 1.62 points higher than the previous class. It would also give Michigan a solid shot at the #1 overall class and a lock to be a top 5 class.

Just Off

  • TE Chase Allen
    • Allen looked to be a lock to join the class during/right after his official visit to Ann Arbor in mid-January. However, he held off on making a decision and now there are some questions on whether he may have waited too long to land a spot or is holding off until after he saw Nebraska? With Michigan going after both Devin Asiasi and Nick Eubanks, I believe they may have them above Allen or believe Allen may choose the Huskers.
  • DB Jordan Fuller
    • Fuller was one of the last names to be removed from the list. He reportedly had a great time on his official visit but it looks like a toss up between Michigan, Ohio State and Notre Dame. I believe UM definitely has a chance here but for this prediction, he’ll be off the list.
  • LB Jonathan Jones
    • Jones had been in the class prediction for awhile but, from all reports, he’s leaning hard towards Notre Dame. Add in UM adding Mbem-Bosse and he may not be as big of a priority as we was before.
  • ATH Keyshawn Young
    • Will the staff have a spot for some Pie on NSD? That’s the biggest question here. If they take McDoom and Stewart, it’s hard to see them drop someone else for Young unless they view him as an athlete that could possibly play corner as well.
  • TE Nick Eubanks
    • New to the list, Eubanks received a visit from Michigan on Monday (first reported by Scout’s Allen Trieu). Though he let me know he’s definitely interesting in UM with just over a week before NSD, I wasn’t able to add him to the class just yet though this is a recruitment to watch closely up until the 3rd.

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