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In State Great Eight (9) for 2017

The class of 2017 in the state of Michigan is shaping up to be one of the best classes in state in recent memory, and a very important one for the Michigan coaches. Yesterday the coaches hosted all of the 2017 prospects from the state of Michigan that already have offers. That list includes:
LB- Joshua Ross (OLSM)
WR- KJ Hamler (OLSM)
WR- Donovan Peoples-Jones (Cass Tech)
S- Jaylen Kelly-Powell (Cass Tech)
CB- Ambry Thomas (King)
RB- Allen Stritzinger (Warren De La Salle)
TE- Carter Dunaway (Brother Rice) COMMIT
OT Jaraymond Hall (Oak Park)
 
DE- Corey Malone Hatcher (St. Joseph) - did not make it in due to a scheduling conflict, but visited this past weekend instead. 
 
Michigan has an early lead on a few of these guys and will host more events moving forward for this group. The coaches have made them all feel like a priority and according to all Michigan recruiting reporters, this first event was a home-run.

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  • The class of 2017 in the state of Michigan is shaping up to be one of the best classes in state in recent memory, and a very important one for the Michigan coaches. Yesterday the coaches hosted all of the 2017 prospects from the state of Michigan that already have offers. That list includes:
    LB- Joshua Ross (OLSM)
    WR- KJ Hamler (OLSM)
    WR- Donovan Peoples-Jones (Cass Tech)
    S- Jaylen Kelly-Powell (Cass Tech)
    CB- Ambry Thomas (King)
    RB- Allen Stritzinger (Warren De La Salle)
    TE- Carter Dunaway (Brother Rice) COMMIT
    OT Jaraymond Hall (Oak Park)
     
    DE- Corey Malone Hatcher (St. Joseph) - did not make it in due to a scheduling conflict, but visited this past weekend instead. 
     
    Michigan has an early lead on a few of these guys and will host more events moving forward for this group. The coaches have made them all feel like a priority and according to all Michigan recruiting reporters, this first event was a home-run.
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