Michigan Wolverines move up national football recruiting rankings

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Michigan moved up the rankings.The Wolverines have passed Clemson and are now in 7th place in the 2021 Rivals recruiting standings after securing the appointment from three-star East Lansing (Mich.) Wide receiver Andrel Anthony on Friday night.

Anthony entered Michigan at the expense of his fellow finalists Michigan State, Notre Dame and Penn State.

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Anthony was all the rage in the state of Michigan for the past two months, but Michigan made a late push and was able to shift the momentum in his favor this week.

Anthony ultimately dismissed the hometown Spartans and gave Michigan another promise of an explosive offensive weapon.

Michigan now has 21 engagements in its 2021 recruiting class.

Anthony joins Rivals100 Junior linebacker Colson, Rivals100 quarterback JJ McCarthy, Rivals100 offensive lineman Giovanni El-Hadi, Rivals100 tight end Louis Hansen, Rivals250 offensive lineman Raheem Anderson, Rivals250 offensive line Greg Crippen, Rivals250 defensive end Quintin Somerville, Rivals250 wide receiver Cristian Dixon, four-star defensive end Kechaun Bennett, three-star linebacker Casey Phinney, All-American specialist Tommy Doman, cornerback three stars Ja’Den McBurrows, three-star wide receivers Markus Allen and Xavier Worthy, three-star safety Rod Moore, three – star offensive tackle Tristan Bounds, three-star linebackers Tyler McLaurin and Jaydon Hood and defensive linemen TJ Guy and Dominick Giudice.

Michigan now has a total score of 2,147. Anthony’s entry gave Michigan 90 points.

Here’s a look at the Big Ten rankings:

1. State of Ohio

2. Michigan

3. Iowa

4. Wisconsin

5. Rutgers

6. Maryland

7. Penn State

8. Minnesota

9. Nebraska

10. Northwest

11. Illinois

12. State of Michigan

13. Indiana

14. Purdue

Michigan is less than 100 points behind Florida, Alabama and USC in the overall standings, meaning a Top 5 class is just around the corner.

At 6-foot-2, 175 pounds, Anthony is ranked as the No. 81 wide receiver in the country and No. 15 overall in the state, per Rivals.com.

Anthony is the fourth wide receiver in Michigan’s 2021 recruiting class.

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