Michigan football is starting to shift its focus to the 2022 recruiting class and here’s a wish list on offense for the Wolverines.
When it comes to the 2022 recruiting class, Michigan football is becoming more and more active. The Wolverines have one commitment right now, but before long, that number could grow.
At one point, Michigan football did have two players committed in 2022, one of those, Alex VanSumeren, is one of the top defensive tackles in the country and a top-200 talent, while the other, defensive back Myles Rowser, de-committed, but is still interested in U-M, especially with his brother Andre Seldon being an incoming freshman.
Over the last few months, the Wolverines have been on a tear in 2021 recruiting, landing 17 commitments since March, including an impressive eight four-star commitments, with two coming in the last week from receiver Christian Dixon and defensive end Quintin Somerville.
Yet, with the spots dwindling in 2021 and most targets set to decide fairly soon, the Wolverines have started shifting their priorities towards the 2022 class and in that effort, Michigan football has already extended 167 offers.
While we have looked at some of those targets and have touched on 2022 recruiting, it seemed like a good time to take a deeper look at the class and evaluate some of the prospects Michigan is and will be pushing for the hardest.
No class ends up being ideal. But if the Wolverines could have their choice of the 2022 recruiting class, here’s a look at what the wish list would look like, starting with the offense.