Here's a look back at some Michigan related recruiting nuggets from throughout the day.
Tommy Tremble Ready For Michigan Official Visit
Norcross (Ga.) Wesleyan three-star tight end Tommy Tremble is excited to spend the weekend in Ann Arbor.
The 6-4, 225-pounder would be tight end No. 3 in Michigan's class if he were to commit but the staff likes his versatility. He's different from Missouri City (Texas) Ridge Point four-star tight end Mustapha Muhammad and Hamden (Conn.) Hamden Hall Country Day School three-star tight end Luke Schoonmaker and he's being recruited that way by the Michigan staff.
Tremble recently officially visited Notre Dame and may have been close to committing to the Irish so his Ann Arbor visit this weekend will play a big role in his future decision.
Michigan Director Of Recruiting Matt Dudek Excited For Big Weekend
Michigan director of recruiting Matt Dudek cryptically tweeted out his Thanksgiving plans earlier today and purposely posted a picture of something from Portland, Ore.
Dudek was at the airport picking up Corvallis (Ore.) Crescent Valley four-star athlete Talanoa Hufanga. The No. 2 athlete and No. 57 prospect overall nationally is spending the weekend in Ann Arbor for an official visit and has U-M in his top six along with Oregon, Utah, USC, UCLA and Nebraska.
Four-Star Wide Receiver Marcus Washington Interested In Both Michigan And Ohio State
St. Louis Trinity Catholic 2019 four-star wide receiver Marcus Washington will be in Ann Arbor this weekend for an unofficial visit and may be a Wolverine lean at this time. He's also quite high on Ohio State and tweeted something out to bring out the most in this weekend's rivalry game.
Tyler Friday Recognizes New Jersey-To-Michigan Pipeline
Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco Prep four-star strongside defensive end Tyler Friday will be in Ann Arbor this weekend and he's well aware that many high-profile prospects from New Jersey have committed to the Wolverines.
The No. 6 strongside defensive end and No. 60 prospect overall nationally has U-M in his top five along with Ohio State, Penn State, UCLA and Miami.