in town for free camps
Using the Composite 247sports rankings, here is every player Michigan has signed in the modern recruiting rankings era that was the #1 ranked prospect in their respective state.
|2002||Gabe Watson||DT||5 star||MI||Southfield||Southfield|
|2003||Prescott Burgess||S||5 star||OH||Warren||Harding|
|2003||Will Paul||TE||4 star||MO||Ballwin||West|
|2003||Clayton Richard||QB||4 star||IN||Lafayette||McCutcheon|
|2003||LaMarr Woodley||LB||5 star||MI||Saginaw||Saginaw|
|2004||Adrian Arrington||WR||4 star||IA||Cedar Rapids||George Washington|
|2004||Doug Dutch||WR||4 star||DC||Washington||Gonzaga|
|2004||Brett Gallimore||OT||4 star||MO||Riverside||Park Hill South|
|2004||Will Johnson||DT||4 star||MI||Lake Orion||Lake Orion|
|2005||Kevin Grady||RB||5 star||MI||Grand Rapids||East Grand Rapids|
|2005||James McKinney||DT||4 star||KY||Louisville||Central|
|2006||Brandon Graham||LB||5 star||MI||Detroit||Crockett|
|2007||Ryan Mallett||QB||5 star||TX||Texarkana||Texas|
|2007||Renaldo Sagesse||DT||3 star||QUE||Montreal||Alma|
|2011||Blake Countess||CB||4 star||MD||Olney||Good Counsel|
|2012||Amara Darboh||WR||4 star||IA||West Des Moines||Dowling Catholic|
|2013||Chris Fox||OT||4 star||CO||Parker||Ponderosa|
|2013||Shane Morris||QB||4 star||MI||Warren||De La Salle|
|2014||Jabrill Peppers||CB||5 star||NJ||Paramus||Catholic|
|2015||Brian Cole||ATH||4 star||MI||Saginaw||Heritage|
|2015||Zach Gentry||QB||4 star||NM||Albuquerque||Eldorado|
|2015||Tyrone Wheatley, Jr.||TE||4 star||NY||Buffalo||Canisius|
- Some, uh, massive busts but some pretty great players.
- Prescott Burgess was a beast.
- Kind of hard to believe D.Green wasn't #1 in Virginia in 2013.
- Pierre Rembert was #2 in Wisconsin in 2002. If things hold up and Bredeson follows through with his commitment and signs with Michigan in February, Michigan will grab WI's top ranked player for the first time.
This is the 6th 2018 prospect that Michigan has offered.
Allan Walters is a 6-2/203 HS sophomore out of Paramus Catholic.
Michigan is looking to build a pipeline there and it would sure be a great one to have.
Short story even shorter, now he is "6'7" and 242lbs"!
Interesting quote from him at the A4 camp today.
Shane Morris says he sees U-M starting QB job as his to lose. Says he knows Jake Rudock came to take his job, "but I'm not going to let him"— Brendan F. Quinn (@BFQuinn) June 20, 2015