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The Drive For Five - The Top 5 Uncommitted Football Recruits in the state of Michigan

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1. Antjuan Simmons – Ann Arbor Pioneer

Simmons was originally committed to Ohio State, but decommitted from the Buckeyes in the fall and re-opened his recruitment and there is no shortage of suitors for the 4-star linebacker. Simmons is a tackling machine who could see the field right away if the opportunity is there for him. Simmons holds offers from 41 schools, including Michigan, Michigan State and Notre Dame.

2. Lorenzo McCaskill – Southfield A&T

Another player who was committed earlier in the season, but has re-opened his recruiting, McCaskill decommitted from Cincinnati in early December, but is still considering the Bearcats. A strong, athletic outside linebacker who has proven to be a sure-tackler during his high school career, McCaskill has offers from Purdue, Western Michigan and Central Michigan, and has also received interest from Michigan State in recent weeks

3. Carter Dunaway – Birmingham Brother Rice

Dunaway was originally committed to Michigan early on in the recruiting process, but has since decommitted and re-opened his recruitment. Dunaway is one of the best pure pass catchers that the state of Michigan has to offer and could prove to be a reliable receiving threat at the next level in a spread offense. Dunaway holds offers from Indiana, Purdue and Nebraska.

4. Casey Williams – Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary

A name that not many may know, but Williams is the definition of a true playmaker and has the perfect size and speed to be a real difference maker at the next level. Williams has been offered by Western Michigan and could become the next in a long line of Michigan prep players who go on to make a big impact in Kalamazoo.

5. Zac Darwiche – Dearborn Fordson

A dominant force in the treches, Darwiche has the size and strength to be an effective interior lineman at the college level. While he has received scholarship offers from Brown, Columbia and Robert Morris among others, Darwiche has been offered preferred walk-on spots at Michigan and Miami (FL).