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May 23, 2013None of Michigan's nine commits ended up in the same spot in positional rankings as they were last week. See where they moved here.
Paramus (N.J.) Catholic offensive lineman Juwann Bushell-Beatty
Former Ranking: Three-star, No. 29 offensive tackle
New Ranking: Three-star, No. 27 offensive tackle
Bushell-Beatty moved up slightly in the position rankings. He is the first offensive tackle in the rankings among the three-stars, so he's very close to breaking through to four-star status.
Richmond (Va.) Collegiate School quarterback Wilton Speight
Former Ranking: Three-star, No. 16 pro-style quarterback
New Ranking: Three-star No. 21 pro-style quarterback
Speight was passed by a few quarterbacks who impressed this camp season. Since the rankings were finalized, he has participated in an Elite 11 regional tryout, and should see more moves next time around.
Tarpon Springs (Fla.) East Lake offensive lineman Mason Cole
Former Ranking: Four-star, No. 107, No. 16 offensive tackle
New Ranking: Four-star, No. 118, No. 14 offensive tackle
Although he moved down slightly in the overall rankings, Cole actually bumped up the charts positionally.
Southfield (Mich.) defensive end Lawrence Marshall
Former Ranking: Three-star, No. 19 weakside defensive end
New Ranking: Three-star, No. 17 weakside defensive end
Marshall has put on weight - he's now tipping the scales over 230 pounds - and has shown a desire to compete, taking part in several camps this offseason. There are three players ahead of him who are not four-stars.
Hinsdale (Ill.) Central tight end Ian Bunting
Former ranking: Three-star, No. 14 tight end
New Ranking: Three-star, No. 18 tight end
Despite a strong offseason, Bunting's ranking actually slid after the rankings experts didn't get many chances to see him - including a late no-show at the Rivals Camp Series event in Chicago.
Grand Rapids (Mich.) Christian wide receiver Drake Harris
Former Ranking: Four-star, No. 56, No. 4 wide receiver
New Ranking: Four-star, No. 57, No. 6 wide receiver
Harris moved down slightly in the overall rankings and the positional rankings. His first offseason focusing on football could see him rebound from that very quickly.
Salt Lake City (Utah) Highland defensive tackle Bryan Mone
Former Ranking: Four-star, No. 172, No. 12 defensive tackle
New Ranking: Four-star, No. 181, No. 14 defensive tackle
Mone did not make it out to any camps during the spring period, so the Rivals.com team of experts' collective opinion of him has not changed. A few players moved past him, and he slid very slightly in the rankings.
Beverly Hills (Mich.) Detroit Country Day wide receiver Maurice Ways
Former Ranking: Three-star, No. 53 wide receiver
New Ranking: Three-star, No. 62 wide receiver
Ways had an up-and-down performance at the Rivals Camp Series in Chicago, and slid slightly in the overall wide receiver rankings.
St. Clairsville (Ohio) linebacker Michael Ferns
Former Ranking: Four-star, No. 84, No. 7 inside linebacker
New Ranking: Four-star, No. 128, No. 11 inside linebacker
In subpar weather conditions, Ferns had a good performance at the Pittsburgh Rivals Camp - but not enough to maintain his lofty ranking. He'll have a chance for redemption in Chicago for the Five-Star Challenge.
Stay tuned to TheWolverine.com for more on the newest set of Rivals.com recruiting rankings