Fridays Future Huddle Kicks Off "Summer Swarm"

The “Summer Swarm” satellite camps officially kicked off this week with the first stop being in Indianapolis. Which cities will the coaching staff be hitting up over the next week? Rivals updated their 2016 recruiting rankings on Monday. Where on the list did the Michigan targets land? Find out in this Fridays version of “The Future Huddle.”

Summer Swarm Officially Kicks Off

On Thursday, Jim Harbaugh and staff headed down to Indianapolis for the first stop on their 2016 “Summer Swarm” satellite camps. The first day was a success and even saw a commitment for the Wolverines from Kiante Enis. 

Although recruiting at these camps is forbidden, it gives the coaching staffs and recruits a good chance to communicate and build a relationship. One of the major benefits of these camps is that recruits can have a first-hand look at how Jim Harbaugh operates on the playing field and get a good lesson on proper techniques for every position.

The rest of the camp dates can be seen below;

June 4th- Indianapolis, IN (Bishop Chartard Football Camp)
June 5th – Prattville, AL (Prattville Football Camp)
June 6th – Tampa, FL (USF One Day Camp) & Miami, FL (Devin Bush Exposure Camp) 
June 7th – Easton, PA (Lauren’s First and Goal Camp)
June 8th- Houston (Aldine “Elite” College Football Camp)
June 9th- Grand Prarie, TX (Dallas Showtyme Elite Football Camp)
June 10th- Mission Viejo, CA (Mission Viejo Football Camp)
June 11th- Fresno, CA (DB Guru Football Camp)
June 12th –Detroit, MI (Sound Mind Sound Body Camp)

If you're looking for a list of guests that will be at the camp, look no further as our friend Garrett Fishaw at has a long list of confirmed guests that will be partaking in the "Summer Swarm." You can find the entire list by clicking here

Although only one camp has been finished, you’d have to think it’s been a success with a commitment already in the books.

Rivals Updates Their 2016 Rankings

On Monday, the folks over at Rivals updated their 2016 recruiting rankings and as per usual it's filled with Michigan targets and commits. The list which features 250 of the top ranked recruits in the country has some notable changes, including a new #1 overall player in the 2016 recruiting class. Below you can find the list of prospects that Michigan has offered so far in the 2016 cycle.

#1 DT Dexter Lawrence (Wake Forest, NC)
#3 DE Marlon Davidson (Greenville, AL)
#6 DT Rashan Gary (Paramus, NJ)
#8 LB Mique Juarez (Torrance, CA) *USC commit
#9 OL Gregory Little (Allen TX) *Texas A&M commit
#11 LB Daelin Hayes (Ann Arbor, MI) *USC commit
#12 DB Levonta Taylor (Virginia Beach, VA) *Florida State commit
#18 LB Rahshaun Smith (Bradenton, FL) *Clemson commit
#19 LB Caleb Kelly (Fresno, CA)  
#24 OL Jonah Williams (Folsom, CA) *Alabama commit
#29 WR Elijah Stove (Niceville, FL) *Auburn commit
#30 DB Brandon Jones (Nacogdoches, TX)
#33 LB Curtis Robinson (Santa Ana, CA) *Stanford commit
#34 TE Isaac Nauta (Bradenton, FL) *Florida State commit
#36 WR Same Bruce (Fort Lauderdale, FL) *Miami (FL) commit
#37 ATH Mecole Hardman (Bowman, GA)
#43 TE Kaden Smith (Flower Mound, TX) *Stanford commit
#48 OL Landon Dickerson (Hudson, NC)
#49 OL Ben Bredeson (Hartland, WI)
#50 DE Brandon Bowen (Trophy Club, TX)
#51 WR Ahmir Mitchell (Egg Harbor City, NJ)
#53 DB Deontay Anderson (Manvel, TX)
#57 WR Devin Duvernay (Sasche, TX)
#58 ATH Shyheim Carter (Kentwood, LA) *Alabama commit
#60 DB Byron Murphy (Scottsdale, AZ)
#62 LB Erick Fowler (Manor, TX)
#63 TE Naseir Upshur (Philadelphia, PA)
#69 DE Josh King (Darien, IL) *Michigan State commit
#70 WR Theo Howard (Westlake Village, CA) *Oregon commit
#71 WR Scott Bracey (Richmond, VA) *Duke commit
#75 DB Trayvon Mullen (Coconut Creek, FL)
#76 LB Lokeni Toailoa (Rialto, CA) *UCLA commit  
#79 WR Donnie Corley (Detroit, MI)
#81 DB Lamar Jackson (Elk Grove, CA)
#82 WR Dylan Crawford (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA)
#85 OL Michal Menet (Reading, PA) *Penn State commit
#86 Kendell Jones (Killeen,TX) *Alabama commit
#87 OL Frank Martin (Santa Ana, CA) *USC commit
#91 ATH Jack Jones (Long Beach, CA)
#93 OL Erik Swenson (Downers Grove, IL) *Michigan commit
#95 ATH Devin White (Springhill, LA)
#96 WR Trevon Sidney (La Puente, CA)
#98 DB Marquill Osborne (Charlotte, NC) *Tennessee commit
#101 WR Binjimen Victor (Coconut Creek, FL)
#104 LB Tre Lamar (Roswell, GA)
#109 DE Ron Johnson (Camden, NJ)
#111 DE Auston Robertson (Fort Wayne, IN)
#113 DT Boss Tagaloa (Concord, CA)
#117 OL E.J. Price (Lawrenceville, GA) *Georgia commit
#122 OL Terrance Davis (Hyattsville, MD)
#126 DB Damar Hamlin (Pittsburgh, PA)
#124 TE Devin Asiasi (Concord, CA)
#131 Amani Bledsoe (Lawrence, KS)
#132 WR Diondre Overton (Greensboro, NC)
#133 DB David Long (Los Angeles, CA)
#136 WR Cameron Chambers (Sicklerville, NJ) *Michigan State commit
#140 LB Camilo Eifler (Oakland, CA)
#146 OL Jean Delance (Mequite, TX)
#147 DB Jared Mayden (Sachse, TX)  
#150 DE Xavier Kelly (Wichita, KS)
#153 LB Jaquan Yulee (Chesapeake, VA)
#156 LB Devin Bush (Pembroke Pines, FL)
#157 Elysee Mbem-Bosse (Ellenwood, GA)
#160 DT Chris Daniels (Euless, TX)
#161 WR Josh Imatorbhebhe (Suwanee, GA) *USC commit
#162 DE Isaiah Chambers (Houston, TX)
#166 DB Nigel Knott (Madison, MS)
#167 DB Lavert Hill (Detroit, MI) *Penn State commit
#171 ATH Lamar Winston (Portland, OR)
#174 WR Steffon McKnight (San Diego, CA)
#180 LB Shaquille Quarterman (Orange Park, FL) *Miami (FL) commit
#181 WR Justin Layne (Cleveland, OH) *Michigan State commit
#182 DB John Broussard (Phenix City, AL) *Auburn commit
#183 DB CJ Pollard (Gardena, CA)
#187 DE Carlo Kemp (Boulder, CO)
#189 OL Bryce Mathews (Brentwood, TN)
#191 OL Michael Onwenu (Detroit, MI) *Michigan commit
#194 TE Jamal Pettigrew (New Orleans, LA) *LSU commit
#195 TE Luke Farrell (Perry, OH)
#202 DE Terrell Hall (Washington, DC) *Ohio State commit
#205 WR Tre Nixon (Viera, FL)
#206 WR Brad Hawkins Jr. (Camden, NJ)
#207 LB Darrian Franklin (Downey, CA)
#208 WR Austin Mack (Fort Wayne, IN)
#210 LB Koby Quansah (West Hartford, CT)
#213 LB Jeffrey McCulloch (Houston, TX)  
#220 OL Clark Yarbrough (Woodberry Forest, VA) *Stanford commit
#224 TE Thaddeus Moss (Charlotte, NC)
#229 QB Brandon Peters (Avon, IN) *Michigan commit
#234 DB Cameron Leiws (Monroe, LA) *LSU commit
#236 WR Grant Holloway (Chesapeake, VA)
#241 DE Justin Madubuike (McKinney, TX)
#243 DB Jaylon Jones (Allen, TX)
#245 OL Alex Akingbulu (Harbor City, CA)
#247 WR Freddie Swain (Citra, FL)

Other Notes

2016 CB Damar Hamlin (Pittsburgh, PA) released a Top 10 list on Thursday which didn't include Michigan.

2016 DT Naquan Jones (Evanston, IL) announced via Twitter that he will be announcing his college choice of June 8th. At this point if he doesn't commit to MSU, I'll be shocked.

2016 SDE Kahlid Kareem (Farmington, MI) will announce his college choice on June 24th, per his Twitter account. Khalid was in Ann Arbor for an unofficial visit last weekend and visited MSU earlier this week.

2016 Michigan OL commit Michael Onwenu (Detroit, MI) received his invitation to the Rivals Five-Star Challenge that takes place in Baltimore this weekend.

2016 LB Camilo Eifler (Oakland, CA) visited the University of Washington on Monday.

2017 WR Jaylen Harris (Cleveland, OH) told Scout's Josh Newkirk that he will visit Michigan at some point this month.

2016 CB Jaylon Jones (Allen, TX) released a Top 6 list on Monday that didn't include Michigan.

2016 RB Trayveon Williams committed to TCU last Friday.

2016 WR Austin Mack (Fort Wayne, IN) and 2016 DE Auston Robertson (Fort Wayne, IN) will announce their college choice this Sunday. Ohio State looks to be the favorite to land Mack, while MSU looks to be the front-runner for Robertson.

2016 DE Josh King (Darien, IL) committed to Michigan State on Friday morning.

2016 WR Joshua Hammond (Hallandale, FL) committed to Florida on Thursday night.

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