Sunday at 7 p.m., Michigan lost their second recruit from Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia when 4-star cornerback Salim Turner-Muhammad announced his commitment to Stanford University. Turner-Muhammad’s teammate, 4-star safety Litchfield Ajavon, committed to Notre Dame in April. Just a week ago Turner-Muhammad tweeted out his top five schools, which included the Wolverines. However, after Stanford, Turner-Muhammad’s dream school, offered him in late April, all other prospects seemed to take a backseat to the Cardinals.

This a huge loss for the Wolverines, as they have no cornerbacks from the 2019 class committed yet and Turner-Muhammad was one of the elite cornerbacks in the country. Tuner-Muhammad was just invited to The Opening Finals in Dallas, Texas to display his talent amongst the top recruits in the country.

The Wolverines, however, have been pushing forward and offering more recruits. Here are some of the recruits who were recently offered:

Malcolm Greene

Class of 2020, 5-foot-10, 180-pound safety from Highland Springs, Virginia

Dallas Fincher

Class of 2020, 6-foot-4, 260-pound offensive guard from East Kentwood in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Bryce Mostella

Class of 2020, 6-foot-6, 235-pound weak-side defensive end from East Kentwood in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Eric McDaniels

Class of 2020, 6 foot, 210-pound athlete from Henrico in Richmond, Virginia.

More visits from class of 2019 recruits are expected in the summer months as the Wolverines attempt to nail down some more commitments before the season begins.

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Hi y’all! I am a Southern soul stuck in a Michigan girl’s body. One day I will escape these six month winters. But I have cherished every moment of growing up in Northern Michigan and attending a small high school where the morale of the town varies depending on the weather and how our sports teams are playing. I was raised in the maize and blue worshipping Tom Brady, Bo, and Charles Woodson. Every Fall Saturday began with me, my brothers, and my dad huddled in the living room watching College GameDay. We cheered on Michigan, Alabama (my younger brother is a bandwagoner), and any team playing Ohio State. And Sundays were designated to preventing my dad from having a heart attack while watching the Detroit Lions wait until the fourth quarter to actually play a game. In a nutshell, sports, to me, have always been extremely emotional and that’s why I became a fan.
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Content Creator at Armchair Michigan The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
Hi y’all! I am a Southern soul stuck in a Michigan girl’s body. One day I will escape these six month winters. But I have cherished every moment of growing up in Northern Michigan and attending a small high school where the morale of the town varies depending on the weather and how our sports teams are playing. I was raised in the maize and blue worshipping Tom Brady, Bo, and Charles Woodson. Every Fall Saturday began with me, my brothers, and my dad huddled in the living room watching College GameDay. We cheered on Michigan, Alabama (my younger brother is a bandwagoner), and any team playing Ohio State. And Sundays were designated to preventing my dad from having a heart attack while watching the Detroit Lions wait until the fourth quarter to actually play a game. In a nutshell, sports, to me, have always been extremely emotional and that’s why I became a fan.

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