And now, it begins.
Michigan soccer hadn’t gotten a dedication for the reason that summer season, however now that the season is underway, it obtained one after the Week 2 recreation towards Washington in Boise State flip Mason Graham after which once more this previous weekend when Madison (Ala.) Academy three-star athlete Deuce Spurlock spurned Auburn for the maize and blue.
And it’s simply added extra bulk up entrance within the 2022 class as of Tuesday.
One of many Wolverines’ prime targets in 2022 has been Merrillville (Ind.) four-star defensive sort out Kenneth Grant. Based on the 247Sports Composite (the place he’s a three-star, he’s a four-star within the proprietary rankings), he’s the No. 511 prospect within the nation, the 76th-best defensive lineman and the No. 12 participant within the state of Indiana. He boasts gives from Ohio State, Wisconsin, Cincinnati, and Nebraska, however in the end selected to pledge to Michigan soccer on Tuesday afternoon.
Grant is listed at 6-foot-4, 335-pounds. His scouting report from Allen Trieu signifies he initiatives as a Energy 5 starter and has an analogous type of play as former Ohio State lineman Johnathan Hankins.
Large inside prospect. Seems to be like a basic nostril guard however isn’t just a spot plugger in highschool. Runs surprisingly properly for an enormous man, exhibits closing pace and can pursue performs. Nimble and may make offensive linemen miss their punch however can even drive them straight again with brute energy. Must be extra constant play to play however has upside as a result of dimension and skill to maneuver at that dimension are uncommon.
He’s Michigan’s 18th dedication within the 2022 class.
Michigan soccer recruiting: 2022 dedication tracker