Looking at 247sports composite ratings for M and MSU 2017 commits to date, I cannot recall ever seeing such a disparity in class quality between these two schools. For example,
MSU's highest ranked recruit, OG Kevin Jarvis, has a composite ranking of.9039. Michigan currently has 11 COMMITS with a higher composite ranking than MSU's top commit.
Michigan also has 19 COMMITS with a higher composite than all but MSU's top two recruits.
Finally, our recruiting AVERAGE of 91.02 is substantially higher than the ranking for MSU's top recruit. That seems incredible.
Questions: (1) Does anyone remember any year with a higher disparity between the recruiting classes, in either direction?
(2) Does anyone have any information that would suggest that MSU might be able to narrow the gap at all between now and signing day with some quality late recruits?