Michigan football: Which recruit from Early Signing Day will make the biggest impact next season?

Michigan football signed a top-20 recruiting class in 2024. Here are three signees who could make an early impact for the Wolverines.

Moeller Crusaders running back Jordan Marshall (24) tries to stay inbounds on a carry in the first
Moeller Crusaders running back Jordan Marshall (24) tries to stay inbounds on a carry in the first / Kareem Elgazzar/The Enquirer / USA TODAY
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4-star TE Brady Prieskorn (No. 123 overall)

One of the most exciting players in this class for Michigan football is Preiskorn, a 6-foot-6 tight end with high-end pass-catching skills.

As a junior in high school, he caught 24 passes for 648 yards and 10 touchdowns. He's the kind of tight end that can move all over the field and if A.J. Barner doesn't return for the Wolverines, Prieskorn could have a role on the offense next season.

We saw Colston Loveland get some playing time as a freshman. He caught touchdown passes against Ohio State and in the Big Ten championship game. We could see something similar for Prieskorn. His scouting report calls him a "willing blocker" which would also help him get on the field.

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Prieskorn should be a matchup issue in the red zone, but he's capable of being split wide or in the slot. The defense has some talented pieces too in this class, but fewer openings for playing time in 2024, which is why Davis, Marshall, and Prieskorn are the best candidates to make an early impact.