With the exception of Bushell-Beatty, Marshall and Peppers, the following table lists the rest of Michigan's non-enrolled commits.
See the full list of commits, along with targets and offers, on 247Sports.
Furbush grew up as an Ohio State fan. If he leaves, it'll be for Columbus. But don't hold your breath. It seems as if he's Hoke's for the keeping.
Quick refresher: Drake Harris, Wilton Speight, Bryan Mone, Mason Cole, Michael Ferns, Freddy Canteen, and Brandon Watson
Drake Harris and Wilton Speight are early enrolls, but they're key pieces to the future of Michigan's success. Losing them would be devastating for Hoke.
But withdrawing from class and campus probably won't happen, just as long as the hot wings keep flowing.
Mason Cole had big dreams this past summer. The plan probably hasn't changed.
Bent on leadership from the get-go, Michael Ferns has been a leading force when it comes to insider recruiting. Taking a page from Hoke's early classes, Ferns spearheaded the Team 135 movement, encouraging top-end prospects to join him in Ann Arbor.
Players with great initiative don't grow on trees, but they are found among Ferns. Don't expect Ferns to decommit and leave Ann Arbor, but there may be a school or two waiting in the wings if he chose to do so.
After all, look what he's willing to do in order to get talent on campus.
That's a team player.
Lawrence Marshall will sign.
However, he had to reinforce his verbal after Michigan's 7-6 season. Michigan State was once hot on his trail. Minimal theatrics could come into play on NSD.
Each of the seven enrollees have signed, leaving the players listed on the table above to do the same, which they will.
Those who are committed seem truly committed. The real show begins on NSD--that's when Malik McDowell is set to make his decision.
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