Michigan football 2022 4-star target sets decision date

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Michigan football has been hot in the state of Tennessee in the 2022 recruiting cycle.

From four-star safety Kody Jones to four-star cornerback Myles Pollard, the Wolverines have been solid in garnering commitments from The Volunteer State, and are looking to add more. On Friday, top target, five-star defensive tackle Walter Nolen included Michigan football in his top five, but there’s a shot that the maize and blue add another before then.

And it might come on Saturday.

2022 Nashville (TN) Stratford Comprehensive four-star safety D’Arco Perkins McCallister announced on Twitter on Friday that he’s moving up his decision timetable and will be announcing his school of choice on Saturday.

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Perkins-McCallister currently has three schools split in the 247Sports Crystal Ball, with Michigan, Tennessee and TCU all tied with a prediction a piece. TCU is the most recent to receive a prognostication, but the Wolverines vote comes from national recruiting analyst Steve Wiltfong.

Steve Clinkscale and Ron Bellamy are recruiting Perkins-McAllister to Ann Arbor. He’s the No. 294 player in the country, the 20th-best safety and No. 11 prospect in Tennessee, according to the 247Sports Composite. With 37 reported offers, Perkins-McCallister also has offers from LSU, Florida, Georgia, Miami (FL), Oklahoma, Penn State and others.

His evaluation from recruiting analyst Clint Brewster:

Perkins-McAllister is a versatile defender in the defensive secondary with high-end athletic abilities. Perkins-McAllister tested very well on the camp circuit and has solid size to go along with speed and explosiveness on the field. He has a knack for creating splash plays on both sides of the ball and shows outstanding physicality when he makes contact on defense. Makes accelerated contact on defense and runs the alley with great integrity to make a tackle. Can play safety, slot corner, or outside cornerback at the next level. Sets the tone with his ability to make big hits from the secondary. Still raw technically but upside potential is immense with instincts, athletic ability, and tackling.

He visited Ann Arbor officially on June 18.

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