Monday, April 14, 2014

Recruiting Update: April 14, 2014

Waco (TX) Midway safety Kahlil Haughton (image via 247 Sports)
Avon (CT) Old Farms tight end Chris Clark decommitted from North Carolina. When Clark committed to the Tarheels, he said he would stop taking visits . . . and he did for about, oh, two weeks. Then he visited Notre Dame, and he'll be visiting Michigan and Ohio State this week. In a world where college commitments last for shorter periods of time than romantic relationships, never trust it until the National Letter of Intent rolls in on the old fax machine. Currently, prognosticators are putting Notre Dame in the lead, as if that means anything.

Waco (TX) Midway safety Kahlil Haughton was offered by Michigan. Haughton is a 6'2", 175 lb. prospect with offers from Arkansas, Baylor, LSU, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, and Texas Tech, among others. He's a 247 Composite 3-star, the #41 safety, and the #636 player overall. As a junior in 2013, he had 87 tackles and 2 interceptions. Haughton looks like a free safety, but he does not bring his feet when he tackles and does not wrap up well. He appears to be a bit of a reach at this point. Baylor appears to be the leader right now.

Tampa (FL) Plant offensive tackle Jake Fruhmorgen committed to Clemson. He visited Michigan a couple weekends ago and enjoyed his visit, but it wasn't enough to sway him away from his previously scheduled announcement date. According to reports, Florida was #2 on his list and Michigan was third. Clemson had previously secured a commitment from 2015 offensive tackle Mitch Hyatt, who also holds an offer from Michigan.

Last week on Recruiting Season, I profiled Southfield's Davontae Ginwright, Western International's Romello Ross, Southfield Christian's Bobby Banks, Mendon's Logan Slaughter, and Loyola's Paul Engram, Jr.

Here's a list of this past weekend's visitors.

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