What does CJ Carr’s dedication to Notre Dame mean when it comes to recruiting Michigan QB members in 2024
One of the nominees in the 2024 class delivered his speech Thursday night as five-star CJ Carr pledged to Notre Dame Fighting Irish on the Michigan Wolverines, Michigan State Spartans and a few other programs.
With Carr, the grandson of Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr, having left the mix with the Wolverines, where would they turn in a small classroom?
The good news in Michigan is that Carr was one of the five stars left in the 2024 class that Wolverines wrote the most. Let’s start with Jadyn Davis, a five-star classmate who just went to Ann Arbor last week. The trip went so smoothly for a 6-foot, 190-pounder from Charlotte, North Carolina that Rivals recruit analysis Adam Friedman predicted that Wolverines would eventually fulfill its commitment.
Davis ‘father spoke to 247Sports’ Steve Wiltfong ($) after he went to Michigan to promote the weapons, students and Harbaugh’s NFL parents.
“Harbaugh is an NFL man,” he said. Said Davis. “Sitting there talking about development, what ‘s, 14 years as an NFL quarterback and he has been on both sides of the house whether NFL, college, there is a relationship between the two. very good. Andrew Luck. “
All other high-profile programs are also on Davis, but Michigan impressed him and his family. This is one step forward.
One of the five stars Harbaugh and the company is hiring is Julian Sayin. A young 6-foot-1, 185-pounder from California visited Ann Arbor for the first time back in April and was also impressed with what Wolverines offer.
“It was great,” Sayin told Michigan Insider’s ($) Brice Marich after his departure. The first time I was in Ann Arbor and it exceeded my expectations.
“I really enjoyed my time there and they stay at the top of my list.”
Since his trip to Michigan, Sayin has traveled to Florida and is touring Texas on June 11, LSU on June 12 and Alabama on June 13. These will be the last three trips to make summer, told Greg Biggins of 247Sports. He wants to commit to this fall, which is why it will be necessary for Wolverines to give him back the day before the game is announced.
Several other Michigan goals in the 2024 class include four stars – Michael Van Buren and in-stater Isaiah Marshall.
Van Buren plays at St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, a school in Michigan has a very strong relationship with Biff Poggi. He downloaded Blake Corum and Nikhai Hill-Green from the same program in recent years, so Wolverines can dip their fingers in the water if all five-star guys go elsewhere. Van Buren has an arm rocket and has other promotions from Alabama, Penn State, Maryland, Wisconsin, Pitt and many more. Michigan gave him last October, so it’s been on him for a while now.
As for Marshall, Jim Harbaugh personally provided training for him back in 2019 when the Southfield native was only 13 years old and in seventh grade. Since then, he has received other promotions from Louisville, Purdue, Cincinnati, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Pitt and others. As a sophomore, they threw 2,236 yards and 28 touchdowns, to go along with 534 yards running and nine touchdowns down. He is a dual threat and can also be accepted into the program.
All in all, losing someone who has written a legacy like Carr sucks, but it’s not as bad as it would be if you look at the big picture. If Carr had been Dante Moore – where Michigan was his own quarterback – then yeah, it would have been a huge loss; probably the biggest loss of registration since Harbaugh’s capture. But with five stars like Davis and Sayin and four stars like Van Buren and Marshall still out there to take, I doubt very disappointed with the story.
And speaking of Moore, Carr’s commitment to Ireland would not ruin Michigan’s chances of getting Moore into the 2023 class. Instead, if anything, it just worked.