Michigan keeps 11 commits in new ESPN 150
CB Lewis makes biggest rise, and QB Morris bumps up five spots to No. 32
Updated: June 4, 2012, 3:24 PM ETBy Tom VanHaaren | WolverineNation
There isn't a ton of disparity in the new ESPN 150 for Michigan's commitments, but there was some movement in both directions. Michigan had five prospects move up, four down and two stay put in the updated rankings. While some of the commitments did see a shift in their ranking, none of the 11 commitments was bounced from the list.
Shane Morris (Warren, Mich./DeLaSalle) earned himself a boost, moving up five spots to the No. 32 overall ranking. He remains the Wolverines' highest-ranked prospect.
The biggest riser for Michigan is defensive back Jourdan Lewis (Detroit/Cass Tech), who moved 15 spots to No. 92 overall.
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