From the sounds of it, Michigan could have a pretty busy day as it relates to its 2013 football recruiting class. Several recruits are on campus for visits, and already one recruit for 2013 has committed to Michigan on Saturday -- Illinois offensive tackle Kyle Bosch.
Bosch is a consensus four-star recruit on the sites that have rated him. Rivals has him 60th in the nation, whereas 24/7 Sports has him 44th in the nation (and third in the state of Illinois). Scout hasn't rated Bosch yet, and ESPN has him in its ESPNU 150.
According to Rivals, Bosch has quite the offer list. It includes Michigan, Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Illinois, Iowa, Miami (Florida), Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Stanford and West Virginia, among other schools.
According to Allen Trieu, Bosch won't be Michigan's only commitment on Saturday.
#Michigan lands Wheaton St. Francis (IL) JR OL Kyle Bosch - he's not the last one for the Wolverines today though— Allen Trieu (@AllenTrieu) February 18, 2012
Michigan is off to a solid start for 2013, as it now has four commits and could have five by day's end.
Michigan Football Recruiting Class Of 2013
- QB Shane Morris (Warren, MI) - 6'3", 183 lbs., ****
- S Dymonte Thomas (Alliance, OH) - 6'1", 175 lbs., ****
- TE Khalid Hill (Detroit, MI) - 6'2", 230 lbs., NR
- OT Kyle Bosch (Wheaton, IL) - 6'5", 285 lbs., ****
(Height, weight and stars from Rivals.com)