2016 DT Kyree Campbell Offered by Michigan

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The University of Michigan has been all across the country this season, at least on the recruiting trail. That has not stopped this week, and looks to continue.

Kyree Campbell of Woodbridge, Virginia, received an offer from Michigan on Monday. He was not anticipating an offer, but he got one. It was a dream offer he was looking for, and he explained this to 247sports.com’s Steve Lorenz ($).

He began to explain that there were some enticing reasons why Michigan would be put into his top group, his intended college major was a big one, and academics being a recruits top focus bodes well for the Wolverines. Being one of the best academic schools in the country is a major plus, both on and off the field.

Michigan jumping into his top group off of an offer alone is great news for Wolverine fans, and the coaching staff should continue to recruit him heavily. Michigan needs help on the defensive line, and Campbell is a guy that can help them with this issue. The 2016 DT stands 6-4, 275 pounds, Campbell will be a player that could disrupt run plays, and effectively stop big plays up the middle.

I will continue to update as the situation develops.

Coach Roy Manning was the coach to offer Campbell.

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