This Wednesday, hundreds of high school football players will sign at different schools across the country and take the next step towards fulfilling their college football dreams and one of the most magical and rewarding days of their lives to date. .
Recruiting is a one-year cycle that really never ends. It can be exhausting for both the athlete and the coaches. This week Wednesday, the sometimes three or four years of getting to know each other and a prospect signing their name on a dotted line are worth it.
Currently, the state of Michigan currently holds the nation’s 19th class with 20 total engagements. Five of them are rated four stars according to the composite 247sports ranking and the remaining 15 are rated three stars. Each hired prospect is expected to sign this Wednesday.
There are a few other prospects that the state of Michigan is still trying to make its way to the state of Michigan with just two days until National Signing Day begins.
Malcom Jones right now appears to be the most imminent prospect that the state of Michigan is seeking to add to this class. Jones is a three-star security from Leesburg, Georgia and Lee County High School. Jones has five offers and committed to Virginia Tech until this morning, when Jones withdrew from the Hokies after his official visit to Michigan state last weekend.
Armani Winfield is another prospect that tends to favor the Spartans before Wednesday. The four-star wide catcher at Lewisville High School in Lewisville, TX has an impressive offer list of 40 offers, including Alabama, Ohio State, Georgia and USC. Winfield was committed to the University of Texas for more than 10 months before reopening his recruitment in late November. The Spartans have since been linked with Winfield’s landing, although he made a trip to visit Baylor last weekend. Winfield plans to announce his collegiate decision at his national signing ceremony on Wednesday. Winfield would be the top-rated commit in the 2022 class for the Spartans.
Three-star defensive end Young Zion, five-star offensive linemen Kiyaunta Goodwin and a four-star offensive half Damari alston are all other names to watch out for before Wednesday. Young isn’t engaged anywhere yet, while Goodwin and Alston are engaged in Kentucky and Auburn, but were both on an official visit to Michigan state last weekend. The state of Michigan, having the last impression on the two, leaves at least some optimism. Young visited the state of Michigan the weekend before Dec. 4.