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Michigan commits to face each other

Cass Tech commits Jenkins-Stone, Richardson take on 2013 commit Shane Morris

Updated: November 11, 2011, 11:15 AM ET
By Chantel Jennings | WolverineNation
DETROIT -- A preview of what Michigan's first-string offense and defense might look like in three years will be on display Friday night in the third round of the state playoffs, when Cass Tech takes on De La Salle.

Class of 2012 commits Royce Jenkins-Stone (Detroit/Cass Tech) and Terry Richardson (Detroit/Cass Tech) have been a big reason the Technicians defense has held opponents to 13 points during the playoffs. Richardson, a defensive back, is the Wolverines' top-rated commit, and Jenkins-Stone, a middle linebacker, is the second-rated commit.

[+] EnlargeTerry Richardson, Shane Morris, Mario Ojemudia, and James Ross
Tom Hauck for ESPN.comTerry Richardson (far left) and Shane Morris (next to Richardson), posing with fellow Michigan commits Mario Ojemudia and James Ross, face each other Friday night in the state football playoffs.
On the offensive side, 2013 quarterback commit Shane Morris (Warren, Mich./De La Salle) is one of the highest-rated signal-callers in the country in his class.

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