Possible commitment

Michigan prospect Brandon Smith is set to make his commitment in a week on Monday May 21st. The 5-star inside linebacker has yet to announce a top five for his commitment, but has been heavily pursued by Michigan, Florida State, Texas A&M, Alabama, and Notre Dame along with Big Ten rivals Ohio State and Penn State. 247sports.com predicts the massive (6-foot-4, 223 pounds) Mineral, Va. native will choose the Nittany Lions. But how could a linebacker give up the chance to be coached by the great Don Brown? Stay tuned, folks.

A visit

Wide receiver David Bell from Warren Central in Indianapolis Indiana is planning on taking a visit to Ann Arbor soon as he tries to narrow down his options in the following months. The 4-star recruit has been recruited by Jim Harbaugh, graduate assistant Roy Roundtree, and Indianapolis native and 2018 linebacker signee Cam McGrone.

Currently Michigan has no wide receiver commits from the 2019 class, but have a total of 14 receivers on their roster. If Bell were to become a Wolverine, he would join the young standout receivers such as Donovan Peoples-Jones, Tarik Black, and Nico Collins.

Michigan commit earns elite status

4-star pro-style quarterback commit Cade McNamara competed in the Las Vegas Elite 11 Regional on Saturday. The future Wolverine not only earned MVP honors at the camp, but also earned an invitation to the Elite 11 finals in Los Angeles on June 1. McNamara tweeted out “I’ve been working for this opportunity for a long time.”

Elite 11 quarterbacks have been common at Michigan. Some former finalists include Michigan sophomore Dylan McCaffrey, freshman Joe Milton, junior Brandon Peters, and junior Shea Patterson. There’s no doubt that head coach Jim Harbaugh likes his quarterbacks elite.

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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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