Michigan Football: 5 thoughts on 2022 class after early signing day

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Talented trio at WR

I loved what Michigan football did in the secondary. But I was also very intrigued by the additions at wide receiver for the Wolverines, who really bolstered the position on signing day.

We have been waiting for Amorion Walker to flip from Notre Dame for months and he finally pulled the trigger on signing day. Notre Dame fought hard to keep him, especially after losing the commitment of C.J. Williams, but the 6-foot-4 wideout with huge upside is headed to Ann Arbor.

Joining him is Darrius Clemons, who is just a huge get for the Wolverines. Michigan was eliminated until Mario Cristobal went to Miami and opened the door. Michigan smashed through it and landed a 6-foot-3, 205-pounder who runs a 4.37.

And last but certainly not least is Tyler Morris, a kid that was ranked in the top 100 throughout high school until he suffered a knee injury. He’s healthy now and expected to take part in spring practice so don’t forget about him. He’s got elite ability and was also a teammate of J.J. McCarthy’s before McCarthy transferred to IMG Academy.