Michigan's 2015 recruiting board finally has some definition thanks to the numerous offers that have gone out in recent weeks. The position for which recruiting has remained somewhat nebulous, though, is quarterback. But that too may soon change.
With Sunday's hardwood battle between Michigan and Michigan State as the backdrop, the Wolverines will host one of their biggest recruiting days of the year. Sitting among the Crisler Center's capacity crowd will be nearly two dozen of the region's top football and basketball prospects.
Six weeks ago, few outside of the Tar Heel State knew who Princeton, N.C., junior running back Johnny Frasier was. Now he is regarded as one of the hottest tailback prospects in the country.
Jabrill Peppers, a five-star cornerback from Paramus (N.J.) Catholic, might be the Wolverines' top commitment in years. Drake Harris, Bryan Mone, Lawrence Marshall and Freddy Canteen are ones to watch, as well.
The Southfield star has grown understandably weary of the recruiting process. Fortunately, he won't have to endure it much longer.
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