Michigan Standout Commits to the Chippewas

The Central Michigan University football program has added another standout Michigan high school player to its 2007 recruiting class.

Chippewas Insider has learned that wide receiver Brandin Friske (6-3, 205) of North Branch (Mich.) High School made a verbal commitment to Central Michigan University today following a visit to campus this past weekend.

Friske becomes the eleventh recruit overall and the ninth Michigan prep player in CMU's 2007 recruiting class. He is the second wide receiver in the class, joining Jeremy Wilson (6-3, 200) of Davison (Mich.) High School.

A consensus Class B All-State selection, Friske led North Branch to a 9-2 record and Tri-Valley Conference East Division title this season. He garnered 10 rushing and 10 receiving touchdowns this year for the Broncos. As a junior, Friske totaled more than 1,000 all-purpose yards.

A three-year varsity starter, Friske participated in the Nike Camp at Ohio State University last summer. He reportedly chose CMU over an offer from Western Michigan.


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