Michigan has offered Class of 2018 3-star wide receiver Dillon Spalding after an unofficial visit last Saturday.

Visit to Michigan turns into offer for WR; Wolverines not taking Purdue lightly

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Michigan offers 2018 wide receiver

There aren’t any wide receivers among the 13 players currently committed to Michigan for the Class of 2018 but Dillon Spalding of Lorton, Va., picked up an offer from the Wolverines last weekend.

Steve Lorenz of 247Sports and the Free Press writes that Spalding, a 6-foot-1, 216-pound 3-star prospect, and his father were on an unofficial visit during the game against Air Force and came away impressed. Michigan must have, too. 

Wolverines on upset alert

A month ago, Michigan at Purdue had all the makings of a blowout win for the Wolverines. The No. 8 team in the country isn’t taking the revamped Boilermakers lightly

Red zone is focus

The No. 1 topic of conversation involving Michigan this week has been the red-zone woes of the offense. Angelique Chengelis of the Detroit News writes that players are vowing to change the conversation

Tight end Ian Bunting said everyone just needs to focus more. 

Running back still a trio

Ty Isaac has emerged as the top running back for the Wolverines, but it will still be a committee getting the job done

Grant Perry talks

Grant Perry hadn’t discussed his off-field issues that led to a team suspension since AD Warde Manuel reinstated him at the start of preseason camp. He addressed them Tuesday night

‘Wild Thing’ Quinn Nordin

Orion Sang of the Michigan Daily profiles redshirt freshman kicker Quinn Nordin, who has a throwback haircut and is 11 of 13 on field goals to start his career. 

Track & Field/Cross Country HOF named

The Track & Field and Cross Country programs announced their newest Hall of Fame members on Tuesday.

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