3 takeaways from Early Signing Day for Michigan football

The latest recruiting class for Michigan football is signed, sealed and delivered, but they're not done yet.

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2. The offensive class is brimming with talent

In the 2024 class Michigan football has signed its quarterback, running back, tight end, and presumably its left tackle of the future. The Wolverines are waiting on a wide receiver who has yet to decide after decommitting from Boise State. When putting it all together it has the makings to be an all-time offense the likes of which may have never been seen in Michigan history before.

Jadyn Davis is the lone signal caller in the class and will likely play early next August if ready. Mr. Ohio, Jordan Marshall will be the focus of Michigan's offense in a few years, if he sticks to the course. He's joined by an under the radar pickup of Micah Ka'apana, who lit up the stat sheet for a school like Bishop Gorman in Nevada, who puts out quality talent routinely.

Along the line, Michigan football inked Andrew Sprague to pair with one of the best trench classes in the nation. Brady Prieskorn and Hogan Hansen are two of the most prized tight ends in the country. Prieskorn's highlight tape jumps off the charts. He is an absolute load and plays with maximum effort on tape. He's like a cheat code on video games.