Michigan Football Recruiting: 2015 Class Predictions, 2.0

We love to play the guessing game when it comes to Michigan football recruiting, and the staff here at The Big House Report is no exception.

Follow us through the jump for the second edition of our 2015 recruiting class predictions. You’ll notice some changes from the first go-round.

Quarterbacks (1)

Alex Malzone, 3*

Running Backs (1)

Mike Weber, 4*

Wide Receiver (2)

Brian Cole, 4*

Auden Tate, 4*

Tight Ends (2)

Chris Clark, 4*

Tyrone Wheatley Jr., 4*

Offensive Tackles (2)

Grant Newsome, 4*

Jon Runyan Jr., 3*

Defensive Ends (2)

Keisean Lucier-South, 5*

Darian Roseboro, 4*

Outside Linebackers (2)

Asmar Bilal, 4*

Tyriq Thompson, 3*

Inside Linebackers (1)

Darrin Kirkland Jr., 4*

Cornerbacks (1)

Garrett Taylor, 4*

Safeties (1)

Tyree Kinnel, 4*

Kickers (1)

Andrew David, 3*

As you can see, things are a bit different this time around.

Michigan has added two commitments to this class since the last time we put one of these out: four-stars Chris Clark and Grant Newsome. Both are excellent additions to the offensive side of the ball, and it’s cool to see that those predictions panned out for them.

You’ll notice I moved four-star athlete Brian Cole up to the wide receiver spot. While it has been speculated that he could play corner in college, it looks like Michigan is recruiting him as an offensive weapon, so we’ll see what happens there. Miles Boykin is absent from this edition because he will be making his college decision Wednesday, likely between Notre Dame and Michigan State.

Running back becomes interesting now that there is only one spot available after Ty Isaac’s transfer. I still have Mike Weber pegged into that spot, but I’d be lying if I said I was confident in it. During an interview with us at Sound Mind Sound Body, he stated his mind is changing every day.

Outside of that, those are the only real big changes for now. It’s possible that there are guys out there that we haven’t heard much on that could fill spots in this class, so we’ll just have to wait and see.

To see version one of this series, click here.

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