Michigan's weekend visitors list is a light one - and our changes include one player removed - but there is a key 2015 visitor making the trip to Ann Arbor, and possibly deciding soon.
2015 ProspectsGrand Blanc (Mich.) quarterback/athlete Trevon Avery
Avery, who is the younger brother of Michigan senior cornerback Courtney Avery, has attended nearly every game over the past two years. The 6-1, 170-pounder does not yet have his first scholarship offer.
Trotwood (Ohio) Madison defensive back Kei Beckham - maybe
The 6-0, 165-pound Beckham holds a half-dozen offers at this early stage in the process, including from Big Ten programs Illinois, Indiana, and Minnesota. He has visited Michigan a couple times in the past, and comes from a program that has been very kind to the Maize and Blue. He is deciding whether to travel to Ann Arbor or Notre Dame Saturday.
Sellered (Denmark) Gold Diggers defensive tackle Hjalte Froholdt - offered
Froholdt holds a few bigtime offers, and Michigan was among the first to enter the fray. Arkansas, Michigan State, and Ohio State are among the other contenders for his services. Although the 6-5, 275-pounder played his junior season of high school ball in Denmark, he plans to return to the state for his senior year.
Muskegon (Mich.) Mona Shores quarterback Tyree Jackson
Jackson has teamed up with senior Western Michigan commit Asantay Brown to form a very potent passing combo on the West coast of Michigan. The 6-4, 175-pounder has the size that Michigan's coaches like to see out of their pro-style passers. Jackson's lone offer to date comes from Western Michigan.
Huber Heights (Ohio) Wayne cornerback COMMIT Tyree Kinnel - new addition
After Huber Heights Wayne knocked off rival Centerville last night, Kinnel will make the trip up the road to see his future squad try to return to its winning ways in the Big Ten. The 6-0, 190-pound four-star pledged to Michigan Aug. 24.
Underclassman Prospects2016 Detroit Cass Tech cornerback Lavert HillHill, whose older brother Delano is a freshman safety at Michigan, has been in Ann Arbor for the majority of U-M's home games this season. The 5-9, 170-pounder is smaller than his brother, but has great cover skills and should develop into a BCS-caliber cornerback.
Saline (Mich.) 2016 quarterback Joshua Jackson
Jackson is the 6-4, 180-pound son of U-M running backs coach Fred Jackson, and has visited for nearly every game in the past few years. Although he says he's not yet a Michigan recruit, he could become one with time.
2017 Orchard Lake (Mich.) St. Mary's linebacker Joshua Ross
Ross is the younger brother of U-M sophomore linebacker James Ross III. He might also end up even better than big bro, since he's taller at 6-1, 170 pounds, than James was in high school (or is now). Ross has visited for all of Michigan's home games, and picked up offers from Oklahoma and Michigan State last week.
Stay tuned to TheWolverine.com the rest of the week for updates to the visitors list.