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I found a few differences in reported offers amongst the sites.
Can anybody, staff or otherwise, confirm whether the following prospects have Michigan offers?
Chase Abbington - St. Peters, MO
Richard Benjamin - Tampa, FL
Tim Gardner - Indianapolis, IN
Justin Manning - Dallas, TX
Tray Matthews - Newnan, GA
Yannick Ngakoue - Washington, DC
Jalyn Powell - Warren, OH
Jayme Thompson - Toledo, OH - I'm pretty sure 247 has said he does not have an offer.
Manning- probable offer because he's really good
Those are the only ones I really know anything about.
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
I'd have to agree with those. Here are my guesses.
Chase Abbington - no
Richard Benjamin - probably
Tim Gardner - probably
Yannick Ngakoue - yes
I know for sure Powell doesn't have one. In an interview when he committed to MSU, he said MSU is his only offer
I remember richard benjamin getting.one really early in the process, hadnt seen the name since
Abbington committed to Missouri earlier this month. As far as I know, Michigan didn't offer him. We're currently looking into the rest of these. A lot of times at this phase of the recruiting process, some prospects and/or their high school coaches get confused as to whether they actually have an offer. So on Monday, they may think a certain school has offered, but then they find out on Thursday that they really didn't, or vice-versa.
Thanks so much, Todd.
You got it!
I know that Yannick Ngakoue, Jalyn Powell, and Jayme Thompson do not have committable offers.
Beat me to it...but the latter two I know as fact from good sources. No offers.
Thanks Neo! I think a lot of times there is a discrepancy between actual offers because college coaches will often say something along the lines of "we will talk about an offer soon" or "theres a good chance you could get an offer if this happens" and recruits go ahead and report it as an official offer.
This post was edited by Clint Brewster 2 years ago
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