While Polk may not be the biggest receiver on the field, he certainly makes up for it with his speed and guile on the edge. All afternoon the 5-foot-10, 165-pounder was blazing by his defenders in 1-on-1s. he easily justified his No. 11 WR ranking in the 2015 player rankings and should be a player to keep an eye on in the future. He already hold notable offers from Stanford, Virginia Tech, Maryland and Boston College, and said he would listen if the Wolverines' came calling.
2015 WR/CB Stanley Norman – Culver City (Calif.) High:
Norman is a two-way threat – let's just make that clear right now. He not afraid to tell you he wants to play both ways either. While at 5-foot-10, 165-pounds, he most likely will end up on the defensive side of the ball at the next level, he has the skill set to play slot receiver in college. Norman is a cover corner and looks like the No. 6 CB country, and his offer list justifies it. He has notable offers from USC, UCLA, Utah and Washington State to name a few. He was on Michigan's campus last spring and said expects take another visit to campus this coming year.
Hasty is a blazer. At 5-foot-8, 185-pounds, he reminds some of Denis Norfleet with his size, speed and overall skill-set. When matched up against a linebacker, Hasty is just too tough to handle in the open field and showcased nice hands for a running back. He already holds double digit offers form notable programs Texas, TCU, Texas Tech and Baylor.
2015 QB Alex Malzone – Bloomfield Hills (Mich.) Brother Rice:
Malzone came to the Army combine to prove his skill-set amongst the best the country – and he didn't disappoint. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound signal caller made all the throws, and showcased his tremendous arm strength all afternoon. While he holds multiple MAC offers at the moment, Malzone's first BCS offer is right around the corner. And he is still on the Michigan's radar.
2016 QB Massiah deWeaver – Trotwood-Madison (Ohio) High:
deWeaver is a prospect on the rise not only in the Midwest but nationally. The young 6-foot-3, 180-pounder showcased a nice touch and accuracy during the combine. He is still raw, but the talent is evident. He currently holds an offer from Louisville, but more are sure to follow and Michigan is definitely interested.
2015 DT Brandon Tiassum – Indianapolis (Ind.) Park Tudor School: Tiassum looks the part of a Division I defensive lineman at 6-foot-5, 265-pounds. He had an good overall combine and should continue to gain interest of college recruiters. He currently has an offer from Indiana, but more are sure to follow.