Michigan Wolverines: Jordan Cunningham

Midwest week 1 top performers 

August, 27, 2012
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It was a busy weekend covering games, and after close to 900 miles of travel, two states and six football games, it is time to reflect on what I saw.

I made it to Massillon (Ohio) Washington vs. Akron (Ohio) Buchtel on Thursday; Cleveland Heights vs. Toledo St. John’s on Friday; Detroit Martin Luther King vs. Southfield (Mich.) and Detroit Cass Tech vs. Brother Rice (Bloomfield, Mich.) on Thursday; and ended it with University School (Fla.) vs. Trotwood-Madison (Ohio) and Cincinnati Moeller vs. Baltimore Gilman on Sunday.

I tried to pick one top performer from each team, but it would have been unfair to do that for some of thee teams and players. But here is who impressed me the most this past weekend:
Now that Michigan has two receivers committed with Jaron Dukes (Columbus, Ohio/Marion-Franklin) and Csont’e York (Detroit/Chandler Academy), the discussion about what prospect will fill that last spot has heated up.

Here is a look at the prospects remaining, their rankings and where they’re at in the process.
Jordan Cunningham (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./University School of Nova South)
Ranking: Four-star, No. 32 overall, No. 4 receiver

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Some players fly under the radar throughout high school, hardly sending up flares for many college coaches. But many have talent or can be successful.

Aaron Rodgers wasn't heavily recruited. Neither was Terrell Owens, Tony Romo or Clay Matthews.

As a rising senior, Sam Huffman (Lima, Ohio/Central Catholic) has been flying under the radar. The 2013 wide receiver hasn't received any offers yet, and is mainly hearing from MAC and Ivy League programs.

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The Weekly Update at WolverineNation is a sneak peak inside Michigan recruiting.

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