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Catching That Fall Pigskin Fever — Metro Detroit Class of ’24 Sleeper WR-TE Prospects To Know

These senior pass catchers still on the recruiting market who all represent phenomenal prospect value Jad Bazzi (Dearborn Fordson 6-6, 235 TE) -- DII recruit with DI skill set and NFL upside Ray Payne (Lake Orion 6-0, 180 WR)-- Speed merchant with soft hands and home-run potential every touch Donovan Isaac (Waterford Mott 6-2, 185 WR) --…

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Back In Play — GRFHC’s Hudkins Returns To ’24 Recruiting Crop, 3-Star Safety Vacates Northwestern Commitment

A Mr. Football candidate and the Westside's top secondary stud has reconsidered his college choice. Let the recruiting rush recommence. Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central senior safety Ty Hudkins de-committed from Northwestern last week, jumping back into the recruiting pool. Hudkins (6-1, 180) held on longer than many in the Wildcats' Class of '24 in the wake of former…

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Ranking The Gridiron Crop of ’23 — MHSAA Defensive Player Power Index

Top 20 Football Players In The MHSAA On Defense Right Now 1 Brandon Davis-Swain (West Bloomfield 6-4, 250 Sr. DE) — Committed to Colorado 2 Jeremiah Beasley (Belleville Sr. LB) — Committed to Michigan 3 Jacob Oden (Harper Woods Sr. S) — Committed to Michigan 4 Bobby Kanka (Howell 6-4, 255 Jr. DE) -- Committed to Michigan 5 Kari Jackson (West Bloomfield 6-2, 215…

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Fits-Class Ticket On The Indy Express To Cambridge — Park Tudor QB Gordon Picks Harvard

Indianapolis Park Tudor dual-threat senior quarterback D.J. Gordon, one of the most underrated signal callers in all of Hooiserland, is Ivy-League bound. This kid is Russell Wilson in his prime reincarnate. The shifty, cannon-armed 6-foot-1, 195-pound field general has committed to Harvard. Gordon made his commitment following a visit to the Crimson campus in Cambridge last…

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If The Shoe Fits, Wear It — Chippewa Valley QB Schuster Chooses GVSU

The best quarterback in Macomb County is bucking the family trend and staying local for his college football. Chippewa Valley senior field general Andrew Schuster committed to Grand Valley State University last week on the eve of camp opening for the 2023 season, keeping the third Schuster boy in-state after his older brothers left the Mitten to accept scholarships…

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