The Wolverine

February 2016

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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  COMMITMENT PROFILE In order to compete at the highest level, Michigan will need to recruit nationally, particularly in talent-rich states like California, Florida and Texas. Georgia has been on the rise as a producer of top-level talent, and U-M is making major inroads in the 2017 class. Covington (Ga.) Newton wide receiver Jeremiah Holloman is the latest addition to that group. He joins a high school classmate, run- ning back Kurt Taylor, as a future Wolverine. ranks Holloman as a three-star recruit and the No. 75 Junior Wideout Jeremiah Holloman Will Join Teammate At U-M Holloman (left, with his father), the state champ in the triple jump as a sophomore in Georgia's largest high school division, caught 32 passes for 632 yards and seven touch- downs last fall. PHOTO COURTESY JEREMIAH HOLLOMAN

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