On3 released its updated On300 rankings for the 2024 recruiting class on Monday afternoon, which saw significant changes for Michigan commits.
Cincinnati (Ohio) Moeller running back Jordan Marshall remained the highest rated pledge in the class. However, Marshall dropped 58 spots from No. 36 to No. 94. Marshall committed to Michigan in March over finalists Ohio State, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
Marshall is currently the only Top 100 recruit in the class.
The next highest rated commit in the class is Kansas City (Mo.) Rockhurst offensive lineman Andrew Sprague, who moved up 12 spots from No. 124 to No. 112. Sprague picked Michigan in April over offers from LSU, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and others.
Nappanee (Ind.) Northwood cornerback Jo’Ziah Edmond was the biggest riser in the class going from three-star prospect to the No. 250 overall recruit nationally. Edmond flipped his commitment from Purdue to Michigan this summer and may end up being one of the steals of the cycle.
Pittsburgh (Pa.) Central Catholic linebacker Cole Sullivan also saw a significant jump, moving up 39 spots from No. 223 to No. 184. Sullivan has continued to climb in the rankings throughout his senior season. He committed to Michigan in the spring over then-favorite Notre Dame.
Two other Michigan commits also moved up in the rankings — Austin (Texas) Vandegrift offensive lineman Blake Frazier moved up 12 spots from No. 206 to No. 194, while Charlotte (N.C.) West Charlotte linebacker Jaden Smith moved up one spot from No. 262 to No. 261.
On the flip side of the coin, a number of Michigan commits suffered massive drops. Harper Woods (Mich.) High safety Jacob Oden fell more than 100 spots from No. 194 to completely out of the On300. Bellevue (Wash.) High tight end Hogan Hansen dropped more than 40 spots from No. 258 to out of the On300. Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth athlete Mason Curtis dropped more than 25 spots from No. 273 to out of the On300.
Charlotte (N.C.) Providence Day quarterback Jadyn Davis continued his tumble in the rankings, dropping 28 spots from No. 188 to No. 216. Davis put up big numbers as a senior but didn’t improve in areas most were looking for.
Two other Michigan commits dropped in the rankings — Brandywine (Md.) Gwynn Park EDGE Devon Baxter moved down 27 spots from No. 204 to No. 231, while Rochester (Mich.) Adams tight end Brady Prieskorn fell 18 spots from No. 119 to No. 137.
Overall, nine U-M commits were featured in the updated On300 rankings release.
Michigan has 25 verbal commitments this cycle and entered the day ranked No. 15 in the On3 Industry Recruiting Rankings.