Yesterday evening, Michigan football recruiting secured Jeremiah Beasley, a four-star linebacker from Belleville High School in Michigan. He is currently ranked as the No. 5 recruit in the state. The Wolverines emerged victorious over Michigan State and other competitors, making this a significant addition for the Maize and Blue. The pairing of Beasley with fellow four-star linebacker/edge rusher commit Mason Curtis is a remarkable recruiting achievement for the Wolverines, generating substantial national attention.
Michigan football recruiting lands Jeremiah Beasley
Yesterday, Michigan football recruiting achieved another significant victory over the Michigan State Spartans and other competitors by securing the commitment of four-star linebacker Jeremiah Beasley. Beasley becomes the Wolverines’ 24th commitment in the 2024 recruiting cycle, contributing to Michigan’s maintained position as a top-three class as we approach July. Currently, the Wolverines are ranked third nationally in the composite rankings, trailing only Georgia and Ohio State.
Beasley’s addition brings a much-needed boost to the Wolverines’ 2024 class. With his imposing 6-foot-1, 210-pound physique and four-star rating, Beasley is a perfect fit for Jim Harbaugh and his coaching staff. Following misses on Aaron Chiles and Darien Mayo, landing a talent like Beasley was crucial for Michigan football, making this victory even more significant for the Maize and Blue.
Pairing Beasley with Mason Curtis will be dangerous for the Wolverines
Jeremiah Beasley and Mason Curtis, both four-star linebacker commits, have undoubtedly captured the attention of the Big Ten with their talent and potential. These two recruits are highly sought-after and their commitments to Michigan football are a significant achievement for the Wolverines.
Mason Curtis, standing at 6-foot-4 and weighing 200 pounds, is a linebacker/edge recruit in the 2024 class. According to the composite rankings, he is ranked as the No. 220 player in the nation, the No. 21 edge player in the class, and the No. 3 player in Tennessee. The addition of Curtis, along with Beasley, forms an exciting duo that is expected to make a powerful impact on the Wolverines’ defense for many seasons to come. Jim Harbaugh aims to extend his program’s national title aspirations with the help of these talented players — something that appears likely given Michigan’s track record with similar defensive prospects.
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