Top Visitor Today; June Visits Abound
Darrin Walls (facing camera), Myron Rolle (far right)
Note: the rankings are Jim S' Updated late May position rankings.
Visiting Michigan today: Jim S' 8 DB, Darrin Walls DB 6'1 185 (4.6 at the PSU Nike Camp) from Pittsburgh Woodland Hills (alma mater of Steve Breaston and Ryan Mundy). Walls goes on to Notre Dame, U-M's main competition, tomorrow. After numerous spring contacts from ND Head Coach Weiss, Walls is currently planning to camp at ND but NOT at U-M; we'll see if today's visit changes that.
Other top planned June visitors:
June 10 (give or take a day): 2 Mitch Mustain QB 6'3 200 4.72 Springdale Arkansas. Mustain is at Texas right now -- we'll see if he commits there.
June 11 (give or take a day): 6 Nate Byhem TE/DL 6'4ha 220 4.65 Murrysville Franklin Regional Pennsylvania. Michigan's short list of TE recruits has grown recently.
June 17-18: 1 Sam Young OL 6'7 295 5.00 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas. Young would be U-M's top OL 'get' in 3-4 years.
June 26-27: 2 Taylor Mays DB 6'3 210 4.50 Seattle O'Dea Washington. And amazingly athletic big DB ... U-M is the one school that may be able to wrestle him away from USC.
Also visiting in June: 4 Dorin Dickerson WR/LB/RB 6'1 195 4.50 Imperial West Allegheny Pennsylvania.
On top of this list, don't forget U-M's impressive slate of planned campers, including DB A.J. Wallace, DE Jermaine Cunningham, WR Chris Slaughter and QB Neil Caudle. Click HERE for GBW's preliminary list of top planned campers.
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