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Trending: Five-star QB Jadyn Davis sets commitment date

A major Michigan football recruiting target has announced his commitment date and details.

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When it comes to the recruitment of Jadyn Davis — who the Wolverines hope to be the crown jewel of the 2024 recruiting class — it has been months of effort an uncertainty for Jim Harbaugh and his staff. Finally, at the end of this month, five-star QB Jadyn Davis will announce his commitment; hopefully, it will be for the Michigan football team.

Five-star QB Jadyn Davis sets commitment date for late-March

On March 31st, five-star QB Jadyn Davis will be announcing his commitment. Right now, the ever-talented quarterback prospect is expected to commit to Michigan football; in fact, every major recruiting outlet has thought that the announcement would have come much sooner, though thus far, Davis has maintained radio silence on the matter. Today, Davis will announce his top-5 remaining schools.

Five-star QB Jadyn Davis is one of the most sought-after recruits in the 2024 recruiting cycle. He stands around 6-foot-1, weighs in at 190 pounds, and has all of the talent in the world to match his solid frame. 247 Sports rates Davis as a five-star quarterback and ranks him as the No. 28 player in the nation, the No. 2 quarterback in his class, and the No. 1 player from North Carolina.

Davis is expected to turn Maize and Blue, though the long wait has some worried

Davis currently has six crystal balls on 247 Sports — all of which are for the Michigan football team. If that was not enough, the On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine gives Michigan football a 90.3% chance of landing the immensely talented quarterback recruit.

No one is quite sure why five-star QB Jadyn Davis has not committed thus far — especially since he was in Ann Arbor last weekend and is heavily favored to wind up in the Maize and Blue — though we will all find out where he is headed soon enough. While some suspect that Davis is waiting because he is not interested in Michigan, others believe that he is just a high school student trying to weigh his options before making a life-changing choice. You decide which side of the fence you’d rather be on there.

Regardless of how you feel on the subject, Jadyn Davis will make his announcement a week from today on March 31st.



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Major Ohio State recruiting target names Michigan football a finalist ahead of official visit

Michigan football was named a finalist for a major Ohio State target ahead of his official visit.

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Nov 26, 2022; Columbus, Ohio, USA; Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh (right) and Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Ryan Day (left) shake hands before the game at Ohio Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports

This weekend, four-star cornerback Bryce West, a major Ohio State recruiting target, will be in town for his official visit. Ahead of his visit, West named Michigan football as a finalist for his commitment, alongside several other top programs, including Ohio State, who is currently favored to land him. While things appear scarlet and gray right now, don’t count the Wolverines out just yet.

Michigan named a finalist for major Ohio State recruiting target

When it comes to Bryce West, a major Ohio State recruiting target, the Buckeyes appear to be the clear-cut frontrunner, leading with multiple predictions and more. That being said, West’s official visit to Columbus is not until June 23rd, meaning this weekend’s official visit to Ann Arbor is going to be a significant one for Michigan football.

Additionally, earlier this week, the Maize and Blue were named finalists for West’s commitment, making this weekend even more crucial for Jim Harbaugh and the staff.

Bryce West has been a top target for several major programs for quite some time now; however, all signs point to this being a Michigan vs. Ohio State recruiting battle at the moment. If the Wolverines can provide West with the best official visit of his summer this weekend, there is still a chance, as Jim Harbaugh still has his foot in the door.

Maize and Blue need a miracle

The seven teams still in the running for Bryce West are Michigan football, Ohio State, Oregon, Texas A&M, Alabama, USC, and Georgia. Landing West would be huge for Michigan football — not only would the Wolverines be getting the No. 2 recruit in the state of Ohio, but they would also be stealing a top-ranked recruit from the Buckeyes, something that has only recently started to happen in Ann Arbor.

Somehow, someway, the Maize and Blue need to find a way to pull off the upset during his official visit this weekend.



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Michigan football trending with major four-star target ahead of decision day

Michigan football is trending to land another major four-star target ahead of his official visit and decision date.

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Michigan football is eagerly anticipating the commitment of another major four-star wide receiver for their 2024 recruiting class. The target in question is I’Marion Stewart, hailing from Chicago, IL. The Wolverines are currently in a strong position to secure his commitment, with the decision date set for June 16th, and an official visit coming up this weekend; adding Stewart to their roster would further bolster the team’s offensive capabilities with yet another highly skilled player.

Michigan football trending with major four-star wide receiver ahead of official visit and decision day

Stewart is scheduled for an official visit to Ann Arbor this weekend, which could prove to be the decisive factor in his recruitment. If Michigan strategically handles the visit, they could potentially secure a significant offensive commitment a week later. Although Luke Fickell and the Wisconsin Badgers have been making a recent push for Stewart, it seems their efforts may have come too late, and the Michigan coaching staff remains confident in their chances of landing him.

According to the ON3 rankings, I’Marion Stewart is regarded as a four-star wide receiver in the class of 2024. He holds an impressive national ranking at No. 356, while standing at No. 58 among wide receivers and No. 7 among recruits from Illinois. He also has overwhelming odds to commit to Michigan when the time comes, sitting close to 96% in favor of the Maize and Blue per the RPM.

Michigan football’s ongoing mission is to build a strong recruiting class centered around five-star quarterback Jadyn Davis, who committed on March 31st. By adding talented weapons like I’Marion Stewart for Davis to throw to, the Wolverines position themselves favorably to compete for a national title in the coming years. The upcoming visit by Stewart holds immense significance for the team, and June 16th marks a highly anticipated date for all Michigan football fans, seeing as the Wolverines are closing in on yet another game-changing target.



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Michigan football could land ex-Notre Dame commit this weekend

This weekend, Michigan football will be pushing to lock down a former Notre Dame commit.

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This weekend, Owen Wafle, a three-star defensive lineman and ex-Notre Dame commit in the 2024 class, will be visiting Ann Arbor for an official visit. Michigan football is currently the frontrunner to secure Wafle’s commitment, with a significant number of experts and insiders predicting his commitment to the Wolverines. The ON3 Recruiting Prediction Machine gives Michigan an 82.9% chance of landing him — this visit presents an excellent opportunity for the Maize and Blue to solidify a new commitment.

Michigan football looking to land an ex-Notre Dame commit this weekend

Michigan football has been highly successful on the recruiting trail for the 2024 class, having secured 17 hard commits so far, which puts them tied for first nationally. Their recruiting class is currently ranked 2nd overall in the 247 Sports composite rankings.

A few weeks ago, Owen Wafle withdrew his commitment from Notre Dame, sparking a flurry of predictions in favor of Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines swooping in to acquire his talents.

A future Wolverine?

With Wafle’s official visit approaching, Michigan football has the perfect chance to secure his commitment. Wafle has expressed that the coaching staff has shown interest in him for various defensive line positions, and he has thoroughly enjoyed his interactions with the coaches and the team culture.

Now, the Maize and Blue need to go above and beyond in their efforts to secure the commitment of this 270-pound defensive line prospect.

According to the ON3 rankings, Wafle is considered a three-star prospect, ranking as the 71st-best defensive lineman in his class and the 15th-best recruit in the state of New Jersey. Keep an eye on this weekend’s visit, because big things may be in the works for Wafle and the Wolverines.



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