Yours truly had stated that if Michigan landed either Lamarr Woodley or Shawn Crable on Signing Day that, in my opinion, the Wolverine recruiting class would make Prep Football Report's Tom Lemming's Top 10 for sure, and possibly Allen Wallace's SuperPrep's as well. And that it they landed both there would be no doubt. If I recall correctly, there is only one sub-18-member class in the last 10-12 years that was rated by recruiting analysts in the top ten that l -- a Florida State class several years back. But this 17-man Michigan class is exceptional, and has been recogznized as such by both Lemming and Wallace, as follows.
Tom Lemming's Top Classes (see PrepFootballReport.com)
4. Notre Dame
SuperPrep's Top Classes (see SuperPrep.com)
5. Notre Dame
7. Texas A&M
8. North Carolina State
TheInsiders.com ranked Michigan #15 overall, but in 'average player rating', the Wolverines ranked #3.
Can a 17-Man Class Make The Top 10?
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