Michigan Countdown: 50-41

We're almost done with our countdown of the state's top 100 seniors. Today, we go through players 50-41 complete with where each player ended up on signing day.

50 – Louis Beal – SS – Detroit Cody (6'2, 205)
Beal was a very good high school running back, but his size and hitting ability will translate best to the strong safety position in college.

49 – Lawrence Kimble – RB – Muskegon Mona Shores (5'8, 174)
Kimble is lightning in a bottle with his 4.4 speed and open field ability. His top choice right now is Grand Valley who is stocked up on small, quick backs but Kimble has the ability to distinguish himself anyway.

48 – Mark Morrison – OT – Birmingham Seaholm (6'5, 315)
Morrison is a big kid who can move. He didn't receive a ton of press during the season, but did well enough to get a Cincinnati offer. However, he chose to go to Grand Valley State where he should develop into a standout for the Lakers.

47 – Jeff Austin – WR – Lansing Everett (6'2, 175)
Austin is a great athlete with the size to develop into a go-to receiver at the next level. Austin is headed to Saginaw Valley where he could play right away as a freshman.

46 – Ryan Breen – P – Clarkson (6'2, 205)
Breen has a big leg as a kickoff man and averaged almost 40 yards a punt as a senior. He is off to Penn State.

45 - Willie Brown – WR – Lansing Eastern (6'4, 200)
A sleeper who fell under the radar but is one of the better two-sport stars in the state (basketball and football) but should be a star at Grand Valley State where he has committed to play football.

44 – Tyler Palsrok – DE – Vicksburg (6'4, 225) Palsrok has the frame to develop into a starting defensive end if he can add some weight and bulk. Palsrok has committed to Eastern Michigan.

43 – Paul Galloway – LB – Royal Oak Shine (6'2, 215)
Galloway had an excellent career as both a running back and linebacker but projects best to defense in college. He had 134 tackles and 3 sacks as a senior.

42 – Kyle McMahon – QB – Notre Dame Prep (6'3, 185)
McMahon is headed off the Eastern Michigan where he will have a good crack at being the future starter. He has a solid arm and understands the game well.

41 – Quentin Trotter – RB – Macomb Dakota (6'0, 225)
A big punishing back, Trotter did not sign a LOI yesterday but is a talented prospect to continue to monitor.

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