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Michigan football recruiting is now targeting a major four-star Texas wide receiver

Michigan football recruiting has a new target in mind: a major four-star from Texas.



Michigan football recruiting, 2025 class, Daylon Singleton, four-star Texas wide receiver
Jan 1, 2020; Orlando, Florida, USA; Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh (right) leads his team onto the field prior to the 2020 VRBO Citrus Bowl against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Camping World Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

Michigan football recruiting has been incredibly successful this spring, with outstanding performances in securing top talent for the 2024 and 2025 classes. Presently, the Wolverines’ 2024 class sits at the pinnacle of national rankings, while their 2025 class follows closely behind. Excitingly, Michigan has recently expanded its focus on the 2025 big board by adding four-star Texas wide receiver, Daylon Singleton.

Michigan football recruiting offers major four-star Texas wide receiver

Today, the Michigan Wolverines made an exciting move in their football recruiting efforts by extending an offer to one of the nation’s top wide receivers in the 2025 class. With a current top-5 ranking for the 2025 class, Michigan is actively pursuing Daylon Singleton, a highly regarded four-star Texas wide receiver.

Daylon Singleton, according to composite rankings, holds an impressive standing among high school juniors nationwide. He is currently ranked as the No. 205 prospect in the country, the No. 26 wide receiver, and the No. 34 recruit in Texas for the 2025 recruiting class.

Singleton has already received significant attention from several prestigious programs, including Nebraska, Oregon, Miami, and South Carolina, among others. While it is too early to determine his leanings in this early stage of his recruitment, it is noteworthy that Michigan is making an early push.

By entering the picture now, the Wolverines are positioning themselves for a chance to compete when the 2025 class takes the spotlight next year.

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