Michigan Football Recruiting: Could 2016 class rank in top 5?

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*Dylan Crawford, 4-star, 6-1, 175, Rancho Santa Margarita (CA) Catholic

Playing in the US Army All-American Game is quite an honor for high school recruits.

It’s also a game where prospects like Dylan Crawford announce their future college plans.

Crawford, a 6-1, 175 lb. wide receiver, is considering Oregon, Stanford and Michigan where he recently visited.

“It was unreal honestly,” Crawford told 247sports. “The atmosphere was awesome. It was near 112,000 people in that stadium. Coach (Jim) Harbaugh showed me how he plans to use me and his plan for me. He told me how Michigan is the all-around package.”

With 21 commits, Michigan will have a full class when it reaches 28 or 29 depending on attrition. Next let’s look at several other possibilities.

That number will be close to placing the Wolverines at 85 total scholarships, which is the maximum allowed by the NCAA at any one time.

Next is a list of other top recruits now considering the Wolverines:

Next: More 2016 Prospects