The Wolverine

June-July 2016

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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W hile there aren't yet numerical rankings for the class of 2018, the top 100 rising juniors in the country have been revealed, with nearly half of them holding offers from the Maize and Blue. Two five-stars hold Wolverine offers and have yet to make an early college commitment. Los Angeles Augustus Hawkins wide receiver Jalen Hall is a 6-3, 182-pound physical specimen with the speed to stretch the field. Carters- ville (Ga.) High quarterback Trevor Lawrence has earned the nickname "Sunshine" due to his long blond hair, but has earned five-star status thanks to his elite passing ability and some decent mobility packed into a 6-5, 200-pound frame. Among four-star prospects, 27 of them already hold Michigan offers and are still uncommitted. While the Maize and Blue won't close on all of them, some of those prospects stand a strong chance of ending up signing with the program. Fairfield (Ohio) High offensive lineman Jackson Carman is a 6-6, 260-pounder who should be one of the Midwest's most highly recruited   MICHIGAN RECRUITING Initial Rivals100 For 2018 Class Revealed Cartersville (Ga.) High quarterback Trevor Lawrence is one of two uncomitted five-star pros- pects in the sophomore class that have already received an offer from the Wolverines. PHOTO COURTESY RIVALS.COM

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