Top Seniors: 190-181

Our countdown of Michigan's top 200 recruits continues. In the next ten, we have some speedy playmakers and a couple of the state's best quarterbacks.

190 Teddy Frommann FB Portage Northern
Tough, physical lead blocker type who has also shown some ability at linebacker and could play either spot.
189 Jared Cowan QB Davison
Not the biggest guy, but can throw on the move and has made good decisions and won a lot of games over the course of his career.
188 Antone Smith-Guise RB Flint Hamady
Smaller back, but is quick and can catch the ball out of the backfield. GVSU is among the interested parties.
187 Nathaniel Hardy WR New Haven
Versatile player, good open field runner, he just doesn't have size, but he could be a slot receiver/return man in college.
186 Julian Wyatt WR Southfield
Blazingly fast in a straight line, someone will have use for that speed...
185 Brandon Wilkerson CB Detroit Cass Tech
Overshadowed by his other teammates, Wilkerson isn't the biggest guy, but he is mentally tough and is a solid cover man.
184 Jamarcus Martin WR/DB Mona Shores
Martin is a good athlete with good size (6'2, 180), he must find a true position at the next level, but has the talent to do so.
183 Cal Blair QB East Grand Rapids
Did well in his only year as a starter this season, he has good size and can really throw the ball.
182 Michael Hollern QB Holt
Smart and efficient and also mobile, Hollern should be a solid D2 pickup.
181 Ramal Roby CB Muskegon
He was a standout for Heights, then was in and out of the lineup this year, but he is a good athlete with some upside potential.
       

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