ANN ARBOR, MI — The talk of the town right now is five-star 2024 quarterback Jadyn Davis, who recently announced that he will visit with Michigan once again this spring. That being said, there is another big name that Michigan football recruiting is looking at right now: 2025 quarterback George MacIntyre of Brentwood Academy.
For the annual University of Michigan spring football game, MacIntyre will likely be in Ann Arbor on a visit, he tells 247 Sports. With some reasonable doubts arising about Jadyn Davis’ recruitment (and why he has not committed to UM yet), making a good impression with MacIntyre could be massive for Michigan football recruiting and the 2025 class.
Michigan football recruiting eying George MacIntyre
Now, don’t get me wrong, Jadyn Davis is still the biggest name in the game for Michigan football recruiting — the Wolverines will still have a gap to fill in 2024 assuming JJ McCarthy declares for the NFL Draft, and since Davis is a 2024 prospect, that could work out perfectly for everyone involved. That being said, MacIntyre appears to be one of Michigan’s next-best options.
George MacIntyre is a 2025 four-star quarterback from Brentwood Academy in Nashville, TN. He stands at 6-5 and weighs in around 180 pounds, and is ranked as the No. 69 player in the nation, the No. 6 quarterback in his class, and the No. 1 player in Tennessee. As things stand right now, On3 predicts that he will end up at Vanderbilt or Tennessee — two teams from his home state. Still, seeing as he is a 2025 recruit, there is plenty of time to get him comfortable with Ann Arbor, MI.
MacIntyre to visit during the spring game
According to 247 Sports, George MacIntyre will be on a visit to Ann Arbor for Michigan’s spring football game on April 1st. Here is what MacIntyre told The Michigan Insider:
“[I’m] eyeing the Spring Game on April 1st right now,” MacIntyre said of when he plans on visiting Ann Arbor. The visit would be hist first trip to Ann Arbor, MI ever. “After [Michigan] offered me, it was a great feeling … Michigan is powerhouse of a program and it felt pretty special … I try not to put my worth in offers, but it’s really cool that Michigan is recruiting me.”
Recently, Michigan football recruiting got itself a new quarterbacks coach: Kirk Campbell. Here is what the 2025 QB had to say about the Wolverines’ new position coach: “Yes, [Campbell] seems like a good coach and he said even with the coaching staff change, they still want me and he wants to continue to build a relationship.”
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