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Michigan football is currently ranked 28th in the country for the 2023 recruiting cycle according to 247Sports composite. But the Wolverines are squarely in the mix for a top-150 prospect who will be making his decision on August 15.
2023 four-star corner Jordan Matthews tweeted out his final three on Thursday which includes Michigan, Texas, and Tennessee.
Matthews plays at Woodlawn (Louisiana) and according to the composite ranking, he is the 139th-ranked prospect in the country and the 15th-ranked cornerback.
He visited Michigan back on June 3rd and Ron Bellamy has been his primary recruiter.
The Baton Rouge native checks in at 6-foot and weighs 165-pounds. He runs a verified 10.66 100-meter and a 21.29 200-meter. There are currently two crystal balls in for Texas — both being Texas insiders.
Michigan currently has zero defensive backs committed for the 2023 cycle, so if the Wolverines could land Matthews, it would be a significant commitment. Tune in on August 15th to see if Matthews comes to Ann Arbor.