Recruiting News and Notes - Detroit King's Hill, Lansing Catholic's Poljan DecommitFootball  |
Since the end of the Football Season on Saturday, there has been recruiting news surrounding several of the top football recruits from around the state of Michigan.
Tony Poljan, Lansing Catholic QB – Poljan announced on Twitter on Sunday night that he would be decommitting from Minnesota and reopen his recruitment. Poljan cited the uncertainty around the coaching staff at Minnesota after Jerry Kill retired earlier in the season. Poljan received an offer Nebraska on Monday.
LaVert Hill, Detroit King DB – Hill also announced his Twitter accounton Sunday that he would be decommitting from Penn State. The announcement came after Hill took an official visit to Michigan on Saturday and after an in-home visit on Sunday with Jim Harbaugh, according to Scout.com’s Josh Newkirk. Hill said he will announce his decision at the Army All-American game. Many expect Hill to end up at Michigan, as his older brother, Delano Hill, is currently a junior safety for the Wolverines.
Daelin Hayes, Ann Arbor Skyline LB – Hayes announced on Monday that he will announce his college decision on Thursday, December 10 at 12:30 pm. Hayes was previously committed to USC, but shortly after the firing of coach Steve Sarkisian, Hayes decommitted and reopened his recruiting. Hayes announced on November 12th that he would be focusing on his top three choices, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Michigan State.
Marquis Smith Ypsilant DB – On Monday night, Smith announced on his twitter account that he would be decommitting from Kansas to reopen his recruitment. According to Scout.com’s Allen Trieu, Iowa State and Indiana are “on his radar”.Tweet