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Sophomore defensive end B.J. Ojulari now has a Michigan offer.
Chad Simmons

Here's a look back at some Michigan related recruiting nuggets from throughout the day.

Michigan Offers 2020 Defensive End B.J. Ojulari

The Michigan staff continues to comb the state of Georgia for talent and today it resulted in an offer to Marietta (Ga.) High 2020 weakside defensive end B.J. Ojulari. The 6-3, 210-pounder called the Michigan offer an honor and explained why a tender from U-M is special.

"I think all of my offers are an honor," he said. "Just to be recognized from from any college program, especially a program like Michigan, is an honor."

Ojulari's older brother, Azeez Ojulari, is a four-star weakside defensive end in the 2018 class and is currently committed to Georgia. The Bulldogs figure to have an early inside track with B.J. but U-M isn't shying away from the competition.

Michigan Offers Young Offensive Tackles From National Christian Academy In Maryland

Michigan has also offered a junior and sophomore duo from Fort Washington (Md.) National Christian Academy.

Three-star offensive tackle Will Harrod is listed at 6-4 and 260 pounds but his Twitter page says he's now up to 6-5 and 309 pounds. The big tackle also holds offers from Arizona, Louisville, East Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina.

Another big fella, 6-5, 310-pound sophomore Aaryn Parks also tweeted out that he's been offered by Michigan.

Five-Star Michigan Commit Christopher Hinton Drops Junior Highlight

Norcross (Ga.) Greater Atlanta Christian five-star strongside defensive end Christopher Hinton is as impressive as junior prospects come and he just dropped his highlight tape which proves that. At 6-5, 265 pounds, Hinton is strong, agile and athletic and is a real handful at the high school level.

Michigan Commit Cameron McGrone Wins Mr. Football At His Position

Indianapolis Lawrence Central four-star outside linebacker Cameron McGrone was named Mr. Football at his position by the IndyStar following an impressive senior campaign. The 6-1, 210-pounder made 84 tackles, including 14 for loss and four sacks, in seven games for his Bears squad and he did it all after missing his junior campaign with a torn ACL.

The No. 19 outside linebacker and No. 238 prospect overall is beyond excited to be a part of Michigan's class and will sign in a couple of weeks.


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