Michigan Recruits Abstract: RB Wild Signs CJ Stokes in Playoff Victory
The high school football season is drawing to a close quickly, but several Michigan recruits are still on duty as they advance deeper into the playoffs.
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The Wolverines 2022 recruitment class is currently 18th nationally and 4th in the Big Ten, according to the composite system of 247Sports. The team has 17 commits.
3 Star RB CJ Stokes, Columbia (SC) Hammond
The 717 recruit ran wild in a 56-3 playoff win over Charleston Porter-Gaud, hitting a total of 176 yards on the ground and two touchdowns. Stokes, who rushed to the 1,000-yard rushing mark for each of the past three seasons, also had 40 yards.
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3 Star DT Kenneth Grant, Merrillville, Ind.
The 6-foot-4,335-pounder helped the undefeated Merrillville advance to the playoffs, recording three tackles and a sack in a 39-7 win over Mishawaka Penn.
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3-star LB Aaron Alexander, Belleville
Alexander registered a sack in a 12-7 post-season win over Dearborn Fordson. It ranks 1,177 in the country.
3-star hotel TE Marlin Klein, Rabun-Gap (Ga.) Nacoochee
Klein had three catches for 25 yards in a 35-16 playoff win over Charlotte Latin. The 6-foot-6, 215-pounder is the No. 527 national recruit.
3 Star Hotel LB Kevonte Henry, Lawndale (California) Leuzinger
Henry, who also plays running back for Leuzinger, stormed six times for 36 yards in a 35-34 playoff loss to Thomas von Aquin. The 6-foot-4,225-pounder skyrocketed last month in 247Sports’ rankings and is now # 428 nationwide in the composite rankings.
3-star WR Kaleb Webb, Powder Springs (GA) McEachern
A dedicated East Carolina man, Webb drove his team to a 34-28 overtime win over South Gwinnett, catching nine passes for 218 yards and two touchdowns. Recruit # 667 visited Ann Arbor nationwide on Nov. 5 and is still thinking heavily about the Wolverines.
Goals for 2023
5 Star QB Dante Moore, Detroit Martin Luther King
The number 16 recruit in the next cycle led King to another playoff win and threw three touchdown passes in a 28-7 win over Allen Park. Watch them here, here and here.
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