Friday's Future Huddle Will Be Getting Official Visits

Which 2015 Linebacker made his college choice on Friday morning? A 2015 CB tweeted out which schools will receive official visits this fall; Did Michigan make the cut? updated their 2015 rankings; Where did Michigan commits land? Find out in this Friday's version of "The Future Huddle."

Iman Marshall Tweets His Official Visit List
2015 CB Iman Marshall tweeted out which schools he will be taking official visits to on Thursday.
Marshall is currently ranked as the #1 CB, and #3 high school football player in the nation according to Rivals. According to Steve Lorenz, Marshall will be visiting Ann Arbor for the Penn State game. Michigan would like to take another CB in 2015, so it's imperative that this visit goes over well. Any time a top 5 talent wants to visit for an official visit, you have to be excited.

Although his 5 official visits include; Notre Dame, FSU, LSU, Michigan, and Texas/Oklahoma, do not count out USC or UCLA. Marshall who plays at Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, CA, has taken numerous visits to the California schools and would just be wasting an official visit on them. Having fans decide where he takes his last visit could be a sticky situation. Either the Texas fan-base or Oklahoma fan-base are surely going to be disappointed when their school doesn't make the cut. Hopefully, this method doesn't become more popular with recruits.

Updated 2015 Rivals Rankings:
Rivals updated their 2015 rankings earlier this week with two Michigan commits moving up in the rankings. TE Chris Clark jumped all the way from #146 to #56 overall. Saginaw WR Brian Cole also jumped from #106 overall to #89. DB Garret Taylor (#48), LB Darrin Kirkland Jr. (#167) and OL Grant Newsome (#199) all stayed in their respective spots in the rankings. Unfortunately, DB Tyree Kinnel dropped two spots to #195 overall, while RB Mike Weber fell one spot to #104 overall.  

Michigan targets Asmar Bilal received his 4th star, and did not make the Rivals 250 list. DE Keisean Lucier-South received his 5th star and ranks 30th overall in the nation now. Rivals also changed his position from DE to OLB.

You can view the whole Rivals 250 by clicking here

McMillon Makes His College Choice
2015 LB Joshua McMillon committed to Alabama on Friday morning. McMillon has been trending towards Alabama for quite some time now. He was supposed to visit Michigan in July for the Big House BBQ, but due to travel times, he was unable to make the trip to Ann Arbor. Although he has committed to Alabama, shortly after his announcement Joshua told 24/7's Barton Simmons that he will be taking an official visit to Ann Arbor once the season starts.  McMillon becomes the second linebacker, and the 21st commit in Alabama’s 2015 recruitment cycle. 

Other Notes:
2016 RB target Kareem Walker posted this photo last night on twitter.
Walker is currently ranked as the #1 running back in 2016 via 24/7 and took an unofficial visit to Ann Arbor two weeks ago.

Current 2015 LB commit Darrin Kirkland Jr. will enroll early at Michigan.

2015 TE target Tyrone Wheatley Jr. told the Buffalo News earlier this week that he has no timetable for when he will decide his college choice. You can read the full article by clicking here. 

2015 OL Zach Robertson was offered a scholarship by the coaching staff earlier this month, and plans to take an official visit to Ann Arbor sometime during the season. Robertson is currently ranked as a  4 star prospect and the #7 Guard according to 24/7 Sports.

2015 DE Darian Roseboro is scheduled to make his college decision this upcoming Friday at 2:30 p.m at his high school gym. I fully expect Roseboro to choose Michigan over North Carolina State, Alabama, and Clemson.

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