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Michigan football makes top-5 with four-star 2024 wide receiver

The Wolverines made the top-5 for a highly sought-after 2024 wide receiver.

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Dec 31, 2022; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Michigan Wolverines wide receiver Ronnie Bell (8) scores on a 34-yard catch and run against the TCU Horned Frogs in the second half of the 2022 Fiesta Bowl at State Farm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Jim Harbaugh has assembled the No. 3 2024 recruiting class to this point, and it looks like he is nowhere near being finished. On Sunday, one of the top Michigan football recruiting targets announced his top-5 remaining schools and the Wolverines made the cut. Four-star 2024 wide receiver Gatlin Bair — the No. 1 player in Idaho — could be the next major grab for the Michigan Wolverines in the 2024 recruiting class.

Michigan football makes top-5 for 2024 four-star wide receiver Gatlin Bair

Gatlin Bair is a consensus four-star 2024 wide receiver out of Burley Senior in Burley, Idaho. Bair is well-known in recruiting circles for his explosive speed and route running, which could make him the perfect target for the crown jewel of the 2024 Michigan football recruiting class: five-star QB Jadyn Davis. Bair is down to five schools now: Michigan, Nebraska, Boise State, Oregon, and TCU. Of these programs, the Wolverines are in the best shape to push for the national title, which could factor into his decision. Michigan is also the best academic school remaining among these options and produces more NFL talent than the competition — all strong selling points for Jim Harbaugh.

According to 247 Sports, Bair is a four-star 2024 wide receiver and is ranked as the No. 40 player nationally, the No. 9 wide receiver in his class, and the No. 1 recruit in Idaho. He also had some good things to say about Michigan football following his top-5 announcement and expressed a lot of interest in making a trip to Ann Arbor very soon.

“Haven’t been able to get out to Ann Arbor yet,” Bair told On3. “but I have a good relationship with the staff and they do a great job developing elite players.”



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Michigan football recruiting facing huge test with major five-star visitor

Michigan football is trending in a great direction with yet another five-star target.

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The 2024 Michigan football recruiting efforts have been exceptional recently, securing 17 hard commits and counting. Their impressive performance has propelled them to the No. 2 spot in the composite rankings. As official visit season approaches, the Wolverines are gaining momentum, and their latest achievement is securing an official visit from highly sought-after five-star wide receiver, Ryan Wingo.

Michigan football recruiting locks in huge official visit with Ryan Wingo

Wingo is currently ranked among the top wide receiver recruits in the nation and holds a prominent position in the 247 Sports rankings. The 2024 Michigan football recruiting class already includes an exceptional five-star quarterback commit, Jadyn Davis from North Carolina, but only has one wide receiver commit. Therefore, securing a talent like Wingo would be a significant boost for the Wolverines in this recruiting cycle.

Measuring at 6-foot-2 and weighing 190 pounds, Wingo is an impressive prospect in the 2024 recruiting class. He has caught the attention of Jim Harbaugh and his coaching staff, who consider him a priority target. While there are indications that Wingo may be leaning towards the Georgia Bulldogs, the unpredictable nature of official visits makes it difficult to determine his final decision.

His official visit is scheduled for June 9th-11th, which will be a crucial period for the Wolverines’ recruiting efforts as they will be hosting a number of top targets.

National Championship caliber expectations for the 2024 class add pressure to land five-star commits

The 2024 Michigan football recruiting class has already generated substantial hype, with some even suggesting it has the potential to compete for a national championship. Adding a player of Wingo’s caliber, an elite talent hailing from St. Louis, MO, would be yet another significant victory for Jim Harbaugh and his recruiting efforts.

To stay competitive with the best in college football, the Wolverines must continue to recruit at the highest level. So far, their progress has been promising, but they must maintain their intensity throughout the summer to retain their elite status.



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Michigan football recruiting: Jadyn Davis politely shutting down other programs

The Wolverines have a strong bond with their 5-star quarterback commit, Jadyn Davis.

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Oct 12, 2019; Champaign, IL, USA; Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh removes his headset during the second half of the game against the Illinois Fighting Illini at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Michael Allio-USA TODAY Sports

One of the biggest Michigan football recruiting wins under head coach Jim Harbaugh was the commitment of Jadyn Davis, who officially turned to Maize and Blue at the end of March. Despite his commitment to Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines, many programs are still pushing to flip Davis. However, the interest is not mutual.

Jadyn Davis’s commitment to Michigan football is unwavering

Jadyn Davis has been making major national headlines for Michigan football recruiting as of late. The Wolverines’ five-star quarterback commit recently earned a bid to the Elite 11 finals and has been named one of college football’s top committed recruits, among other accolades.

According to the 247 Sports composite rankings, which are the go-to rankings for college football recruiting, Davis is a five-star quarterback. He ranks as the No. 26 recruit nationally, the No. 4 quarterback in the class, and the No. 1 recruit in the state of North Carolina.

According to Davis, despite his outgoing and steadfast commitment to Jim Harbaugh‘s 2024 Michigan football recruiting class, teams are still testing the waters and looking to steal his commitment from the Wolverines.

However, Davis himself states that he is doing his best to redirect any outside interest as kindly as he can.

“I try to keep it respectful, but I tell them that I’m fully committed to the University of Michigan,” Jadyn Davis told ON3 earlier this month that. “I’ve tried to sway them to guys that I know that’s on my team that they should be looking out for. I don’t want them to have a bad taste in their mouth off interacting with me.”

“I know this is a business,” he continued. “Football works in mysterious ways. I go, ‘Look at this freshman right guard or this freshman receiver that’s going to be a dog in the future.’”

The future is bright in Ann Arbor

The Michigan football recruiting class currently holds the No. 2 ranking in the country. It has gathered an impressive 17 hard commitments, which is the highest number among all programs heading into the month of June. Jadyn Davis serves as the cornerstone of this class, and alongside other talented recruits, the Wolverines are building a future that holds the potential for a national championship run, further extending the legacy of the winningest college football program of all-time.



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Four-star Michigan football commit jumps over 100 spots in rankings update

A four-star Michigan football commit is starting to get a lot of national attention.

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The 2024 recruiting class rankings were recently updated by 247 Sports, meaning all major networks’ average ratings have been changed. According to the ON3 Industry Rankings, Ted Hammond, a four-star Michigan football commit and an offensive lineman from St. Xavier High School in Ohio, has made an impressive jump of 103 spots in the newest rankings, further strengthening the Wolverines’ top-ranked class.

Four-star Michigan football commit Ted Hammond jumps over 100 spots in newest rankings update

Ted Hammond is a prominent four-star commit for the Michigan football team in the 2024 recruiting class. He has been committed to the Wolverines since January and is a foundational member of a class that boasts both quality and quantity as Michigan approaches the official visit season next month.

Currently, the Wolverines have secured an impressive 17 hard commitments (and counting) in the 2024 class, placing them at No. 2 in the composite rankings.

In the previous rankings, Ted Hammond was ranked at No. 491 overall, despite being considered one of the class’s more underrated prospects. Now, Hammond is steadily climbing the rankings as he enters his final year of high school football, and he has jumped an astonishing 103 spots higher in the latest rankings update.

With the updated industry rankings, Ted Hammond, the four-star Michigan football commit, is now ranked at No. 388 overall. Additionally, he is ranked as the No. 35 defensive lineman and the No. 14 recruit in the state of Ohio in the newest rankings. While Hammond may not be the flashiest or most impressive commit for Michigan thus far, he is undeniably a core member of the class and a valuable addition for the Wolverines.



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