Undecided prospects high on Michigan’s target list
David Long, #7 cornerback, wearing #17 on the West team
Long decommitted from Stanford in December shortly after a visit from Michigan coaches. Long plans on visiting Washington in January and then hosting Harbaugh in-home soon after. His decision will be announced between January 18 and 21 and most, myself included, believe he will be committing to Michigan. On Saturday, look for Long to pair with Detroit Native Lavert Hill in working the together to shut down the East wide receivers.
Lavert Hill, #11 corner back, wearing #21 on the West team
Hill, is a quick footed corner who flashes a Jourdan Lewis style of game. The brother of starting safety Delano Hill, he has long been looked at as Michigan bound. After he decommitted from Penn State last month those expectations grew even larger. Hill is being diligent in his recruitment process and is expected to take a few more official visits to other universities over the next few weeks. Unless he is blown away on one of his visits, he is expected to join his brother at Michigan.
Mecole Hardman, #1 athlete (defensive back/wide receiver), wearing #4 on the East team
Hardman is not quite on a Jabrill Peppers level as an athlete, but he’s close. Hardman has had plenty of good things to say about Michigan and its staff, but he seems destined to stay in the South at either hometown Georgia or Alabama. On Saturday, look for him to possibly see both sides of the ball, showing off his skills.
Jordan Fuller, #8 athlete (defensive back/wide receiver), wearing #1 on the East team
Fuller is another athlete who can play multiple roles on both offense and defense. A high school duel-threat quarterback who also played defensive back, he seems destined for role at cornerback in college. He is undecided as of right now, and plans on making the most of his official visits in January, including one to Michigan on the 22nd. He hasn’t officially proclaimed a favorite but it looks like its down to Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, and Notre Dame, with most expecting him to land at Ohio State.