Chippewas Offer Michigan Wide Receiver

The Central Michigan University football program might have found the next Bryan Anderson to play wide receiver in the Chippewas spread offense.

Chippewas Insider has learned that Central Michigan University recently offered a scholarship to wide receiver Jeremy Wilson (6-3, 200) of Davison (Mich.) High School.

Wilson, who's been clocked at 4.5 in the 40-yard dash, has led Davison to a 7-0 record and No. 5 ranking in Michigan's Division 2 this season.

He has caught 17 passes for 465 yards and six touchdowns for the Cardinals heading into tonight's game against once-beaten Haslett. Four of Wilson's six TD catches have been 70 yards or longer.

In addition to the Chippewas, Wilson reports an offer from Eastern Michigan and recruiting interest from Michigan State, Indiana and Wisconsin, where he recently took an unofficial visit.

Last season, Wilson was the only player named first team all-conference both ways (wide receiver and cornerback) by the Big Nine Conference.

CMU currently has seven confirmed verbal commitments in its 2007 recruiting class, including four Michigan and three Wisconsin prep players. The Chippewas would likely take just one wide receiver in this class.


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