To say Saturday has been a busy day for Michigan's 2013 football recruiting class would be an understatement. Michigan has now picked up a total of four commitments on Saturday alone. Two of them, Kyle Bosch and Wyatt Shallman, committed earlier in the day. Since then it has come out that cornerback Jourdan Lewis and offensive tackle David Dawson, who both go to Detroit Cass Tech High School, have also committed to the Wolverines.
According to Rivals, Lewis holds offers from Michigan and Toledo. Dawson's offer list is much lengthier, as it includes Alabama, Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Florida State, Missouri, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, UCLA and West Virginia, among other schools.
With Michigan adding two more recruits from Cass Tech, its pipeline with the school continues. For the 2012 class, Michigan got commitments from Cass Tech's Terry Richardson and Royce Jenkins-Stone, who will be joining former Cass Tech players William Campbell, Thomas Gordon and Delonte Hollowell on the roster next season.
With the wild day of recruiting, Michigan's 2013 class now stands at seven commits, six of whom are considered four-star recruits. I'd say Brady Hoke and company are off to a pretty good start for next year's class.
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., ****
- RB Wyatt Shallman (Novi, MI) - 6'3", 255 lbs., ****
- CB Jourdan Lewis (Detroit, MI) - 5'11", 170 lbs., ****
- OT David Dawson (Detroit, MI) - 6'5", 305 lbs., ****
(Height, weight and stars from Rivals.com)