Michigan Countdown: 60-51

Michigan Insider continues to countdown the top 100 recruits in the state of Michigan. Today we continue with players 60 through 51.

60 – Ian Reeves – LB – Ferndale (6'1, 225)
A nice sized kid who can run, Reeves attended UM's summer camp and was looking like a possible D1 kid. He still may be, but he has been getting heavy D2 interest as well.

59 – Calvin Mann – WR – Farmington Hills Harrison (5'11, 189)
Sometimes overshadowed by teammate Mark Dell, Mann is a quick receiver who is set to make a name for himself in college. MAC schools and Iowa State remain possible destinations.

58 – Spencer Hickoff – QB – Flint Powers (6'3, 185)
A productive high school quarterback. More of a dropback passer, but will look to switch to Grand Valley State's spread system in college.

57 – Derek Gotham – G – South Lyon (6'4, 280)
An outstanding three-year starter, Gotham probably should have gotten more recruiting love. He had 55 pancake blocks as a senior and should be a standout for Eastern Michigan.

56 – Brandon Carnegie – WR – Novi (6'0, 181)
A multi-talented athlete who has played RB, WR and QB, Carnegie should find a home as a wideout in Grand Valley State's wide open offense.

55 – Mike Cappetto – Birmingham Brother Rice (6'4, 200)
A big, classic dropback passer, Cappetto started three years for Brother Rice, leading them to three straight playoff appearances. He is headed to Duke.

54 – Josh Droppers – C – Portage Northern (6'4, 285)
Droppers is a big, strong, run blocking center. He could also play guard in college and it appears as though he'll be headed to the MAC.

53 – Blair Hollis – LB – Orchard Lake St. Mary's (6'0, 210)
Hollis has played some DE, but projects as a LB in college. He is an instinctive player who could be a player if he can add some weight.

52 – Rockne Belmonte – K – Grand Rapids Catholic Central (5'11, 180)
Accurate kicker was waiting for a Michigan offer, but settled on Eastern Michigan where he hopes to follow in Andrew Wellock's footsteps.

51 – Jeremy McCall – G – Detroit Finney (6'0, 300)
I've been sold since I saw McCall go toe to toe with Joe Barksdale and hold his own. Mobile enough to pull, but strong enough to drive block, McCall is interested in several MAC schools as well as Indiana.

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