Despite some skepticism, Michigan’s 2019 recruiting class has been panning out of late. Currently, the Wolverines are ranked 14th nationally and 2nd in the Big Ten. The maize and blue sit just behind the Buckeyes in conference rankings. There a total of 10 recruits committed from the 2019 class: one 5-star, four 4-stars, and five 3-star recruits.
Te’Cory Couch decommits from Michigan
Prior to 4-star Te’Cory Couch’s decommitment from Michigan on Saturday, Michigan topped the Big Ten for the 2019 recruiting class. Couch is being recruited as a cornerback and/or athlete and is predicted to be slightly favoring the University of Miami in his home state of Florida.
Officially de-committing from the university of Michigan
— T©️(MD)⚠️ (@TecoryC_16) June 9, 2018
Wolverines make cut for pair of 2019 recruits
Two recruits narrowed their lists of schools and Michigan made the cut for both. Jacoby Pinckney, a 4-star wide receiver out of South Carolina, announced Michigan in his top four along with Virginia Tech, Georgia, and Alabama. Elite competition, to say the least. In his junior season, Pinckney had 65 receptions for a total of 1,103 yards. If he were to commit to Michigan, he would be the first wide receiver of the 2019 class.
Another Michigan recruit who narrowed down his choices recently was offensive tackle Trevor Keegan. Keegan’s top six schools include Michigan, Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State, and Penn State. All of which are huge names in college football. The 4-star recruit hails from Crystal Lake, Ill. Keegan is a highly coveted recruit no doubt due to not only his skill, but his sheer size. Keegan is 6-foot-6 and 310 pounds.
The Wolverines held a prospects camp over the weekend where they handed out a couple of offers. One of those offers was to Tevin Griffey, a cornerback in the 2020 class. He also is the son of the MLB legend Kevin Griffey Jr.
Davis Beal, a 4-star long snapper, was also offered Saturday. He was 107 for 108 in long snaps and averaged a long snap time of .68 seconds during his junior season.
Wow! Blessed to have received my 1st offer from the University of Michigan! Special thanks to @UMichFootball and @TylerBrown_9 for an exciting day and opportunity! #GoBlue pic.twitter.com/XzY5ImHKye
— Davis Beal (@Davisbeal_) June 9, 2018