2013 Offensive recruiting hot list

 

While 11 of Michigan's 17 verbal commitments for the class of 2013 are on the offensive side of the ball, there are still areas of need that will continue to be addressed before signing day. In particular, the Maize and Blue are still in search of elite level wide receiver and running back talent. See the complete offensive hot list, including committed players.

Quarterback
Shane Morris

Warren (MI) De La Salle
6-3, 185 pounds
 
 
 
 
Morris began racking up scholarship offers late in his sophomore year and promptly made a decision in favor of the Wolverines. He has since made great efforts to recruit other prospect to the Maize and Blue.
Running Back
Wyatt Shallman

Novi (MI) Detroit Catholic Central
6-3, 255 pounds
 
 
 
 
Possessing the size and speed to play a variety of positions at the collegiate level, the Wolverines offered Shallman the chance to compete in the offensive backfield. He made an early decision, committing to Michigan in February.
Deveon Smith

Warren (OH) Howland
5-11, 195 pounds
 
 
 
 
Growing up a fan of the Maize and Blue, Smith was excited to receive a scholarship offer from Michigan in the fall of his junior year. Waiting until spring to decide, he selected the Wolverines over offers from Ohio State, Penn State and others.

Ty Isaac

Joliet (IL) Catholic
6-3, 215 pounds
 
 
 
 
Michigan currently holds a strong position for Isaac, but will have to battle Southern Cal and Notre Dame for his signature. He would like to make a final decision before the start of his senior season.
Derrick Green

Richmond (VA) Hermitage
6-0, 215 pounds
 
 
 
 
Green made a visit to Michigan in March and is still considering the Wolverines as an option. However, Clemson and Ohio State currently lead his list of favorites.
Jordan Wilkins

Cordova (TN) St. Benedict
6-1, 205 pounds
 
 
 
 
Wilkins is mostly focused on southern schools, but he has an offer from the Wolverines and a strong relationship with the Michigan staff. The Maize and Blue will be a contender to receive a visit.

Wide Receiver
Jaron Dukes

Columbus (OH) Marion Franklin
6-4, 200 pounds
 
 
 
 
Dukes grew up a fan of the Maize and Blue and visited Ann Arbor for the first time in February. He committed to the Wolverines soon after.

Csont'e York

Harper Woods (MI) Chandler Park
6-2, 185 pounds
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After putting up strong performances on the camp circuit, York earned an offer from the Wolverines. The offer jumped Michigan into the lead and after taking a couple of days to consider the opportunity, he pledge in favor of the Maize and Blue.
Laquon Treadwell

Crete (IL) Monee
6-3, 185 pounds
 
 
 
 
Michigan remains in good standing for Treadwell after the star receiver made an unexpected visit to the Wolverines’ spring game. He plans to take official visits before reaching a decision.
Devon Allen

Phoenix (AZ) Brophy Prep
6-1, 190 pounds
 
 

 
 
Allen grew up a fan of Ohio State, but he is still considering Michigan, along with several other schools. A summer unofficial visit is a possibility.

Sebastian Larue

Santa Monica (CA)
5-11, 185 pounds
 
 
 
 
Larue is probably a longshot to leave the West Coast, but Michigan has offered him a scholarship and he is still considering an official visit. If such a trip takes place, the Wolverines will improve their chances significantly.
Zach Bradshaw

Damascus (MD)
6-3, 205 pounds
 
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Bradshaw visited Michigan in March and received a scholarship offer from the Wolverines at that time. He has continued to show interest in the Maize and Blue despite a heavy Michigan State following in his family.

Paul Harris

Upper Marlboro (MD) Douglass
6-4, 185 pounds
 
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Harris received an offer from the Wolverines during the spring evaluation period. He plans to tour several colleges around the country in June, including a trip to Michigan’s summer camp.

James Quick

Louisville (KY) Trinity
6-1, 180 pounds
 
 
 
 
Quick has offers from Michigan and several other top programs around the nation. At this point, it is not known which schools he is strongly considering.
Robert Foster

Monaca (PA) Central Valley
6-3, 170 pounds
 
 
 
 
Foster carries an impressive list of scholarship offers, but at this point, he has not put much energy into narrowing his list of suitors. He has made unofficial visits to Pitt, PSU, OSU and Alabama among others.
Darrell Daniels

Oakley (CA) Freedom
6-4, 205 pounds
 
 
 
 
Daniels has a long list of scholarship offers, including one from the Wolverines. He has not narrowed his list, however, and plans to make a late decision.

Demorea Stringfellow

Moreno Valley (CA) Rancho Verde
6-2, 185 pounds
 
 
 
 
Stringfellow has focused most of his recruiting attention on West Coast schools so far, but does not believe distance will be a factor. Michigan is among the schools to have offered.

Kevin Gladney

Akron (OH) Firestone
6-1, 175 pounds
 
 
 
 
Gladney holds a scholarship offer from the Wolverines, but he has yet to make an unofficial visit to Ann Arbor. He hopes to decide during the summer.
Tight End
Khalid Hill

Detroit (MI) Crockett
6-2, 230 pounds
 
 
 
 
The sleeper of the Michigan class, the Wolverines jumped to offer Hill before he had received recruiting attention from many other programs. A fan of the Maize and Blue, he promptly gave his verbal commitment.
Jake Butt

Pickerington (OH) North
6-6, 230 pounds
 
 
 
 
Butt received early scholarship offers from top programs for his skills as both a tight end and defensive end. After visiting Michigan in the fall, then again in the winter, he decided in favor of the Wolverines.
Offensive Line
Kyle Bosch

Wheaton (IL) St. Francis
6-5, 285 pounds
 
 
 
 
Bosch took a variety of unofficial visits during his junior year, including two trips to Ann Arbor, when the Wolverines hosted Notre Dame and Nebraska. Always intending to make an early decision, he selected the Maize and Blue in February.
David Dawson

Detroit (MI) Cass Tech
6-5, 305 pounds
 
 
 
 
Dawson played his junior season of football in Texas, before returning to Detroit. Following the same path as several other Technicians in recent years, he made an early commitment to play for Michigan.
Chris Fox

Parker (CO) Ponderosa
6-6, 300 pounds
 
 
 
 
Fox attended the Michigan summer camp prior to his junior year and earned a scholarship offer with a strong performance. As recruiting attention began to pick up during the winter, he declared in favor of the Wolverines.

Patrick Kugler

Wexford (PA) North Allegheny
6-5, 280 pounds
 
 
 
 
The son of Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Sean Kugler, Patrick garnered strong recruiting attention from colleges around the country. A visit to Ann Arbor in late February locked up his decision in favor of the Wolverines.
Logan Tuley-Tillman

Peoria (IL) Manual
6-7, 321 pounds
 
 
 
 
Tuley-Tillman took a variety of early unofficial visits, including several trips to Ann Arbor. While he had originally planned to take official visits, Michigan’s dwindling scholarship numbers and his love of the Wolverines prompted an earlier decision.
Ethan Pocic

Lemont (IL)
6-7, 285 pounds
 
 
 
 
The younger brother of former Michigan recruiting prospect Graham Pocic, who now plays for Illinois, Ethan has an offer from the Wolverines and lists the Maize and Blue among his top ten. He has yet to narrow his list beyond that large group.
 
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