Top 200 Seniors: 50-41

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We are nearing number one in our countdown of the state's top 200 recruits. Today, we have ten players poised to make an impact in college. From electrifying wideouts to multi-talented quarterbacks, this next group proves how rich in talent Michigan is this year.

50 James Wade WR Ann Arbor Pioneer
Track star has 4.4 speed and good size (6'3, 180). Has offers from Kentucky and Eastern Michigan.
49 Jimmy Saros WR Grosse Pointe South

Does everything well, just doesn't have great speed, but hands, route running and leaping ability are all good. Headed to Brown.

48 Kevin Smith QB Detroit Central
Great athlete with size (6'3, 220) and toughness. Could be a safety in college. Michigan State, Western Michigan and Central are in pursuit.
47 Adam Follett QB Alma
Good size and a decent arm, this Indiana commit just needs to refine his game and make better decisions, but he has all the tools.
46 Zac Hueter G/T North Branch
A big kid with athleticism (also a basketball player), Hueter was a big pickup from Central Michigan and should be a future starter there.
45 John Deyo G Gull Lake
A tough, hard working kid who will fit right in with Mark Dantonio's system at Michigan State.
44 Jamie Simpson RB Dowagiac
Big back (6'0, 225) who has a Western Michigan offer. Could be a fullback/H-Back type too.
43 Chris Crawford QB/ATH Muskegon
Crawford is a wonderful athlete with great open field ability. He will likely be a WR or a DB, but he is a great football player plain and simple.
42 Chris Groth G South Lyon
Big, physical road grader who can dominate in the running game. MAC and Big Ten schools are on him.
41 Elias Kos WR Holland Christian
6'5, 205 with 4.5 speed, Kos has high upside. Big Ten and MAC schools as well as San Diego State and GVSU are recruiting him.
       

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