Nation No. 1 WR Ryan Wingo visits Michigan on Friday




Five Star Wide Angle Receiver Saint Louis (MO.) St. Louis University 2024 Ryan Wingo confirmed with The Michigan Insider that he will be making an unofficial visit to Michigan on Friday.


This will mark his first trip to Ann Arbor and he will be accompanied by his parents.


Also, the five-star director says he’s excited about his upcoming campus visit and when asked which coach or trainers he’s looking forward to getting in touch with, Wingo said, “All of them (laughter)!”


The Wolverines offered the 6-foot 2, 198-pound elite in March and have since begun to establish a strong relationship with the coaching staff, especially safety manager Jay Harbaugh and wide receiver manager Ron Bellamy.


“Coach Jay Harbaugh was the tight end manager at the time and he offered me. He didn’t come after the first call, “Wingo told TMI’s Sam Webb on site.” We bonded before the offer. That was probably a great thing because he’s more like a brother now. Maybe not that (strong), but we’re just very close. I love talking to him all the time. He’s a good guy. And it’s just that that offer meant a lot to him. At first he was a coach-to-player thing, but once we got on the phone two or three times, he stopped talking about recruiting and stuff. It was more about personal things. ‘How are you? How’s school going? ‘ We have started to put recruiting aside and I really appreciate that. “


In addition to Michigan, Wingo also offers offers from many of the nation’s top programs ranging from coast to coast.


There are currently no predictions of 247Sports Crystal Ball at this time.


Wingo is the overall number 4 in the 2024 class, the number 1 wide receiver in the nation and the number 1 player in the state of Missouri for his class, according to the 247Sports Composite ranking.




In mid-June, the Wolverines began to gain momentum and recently garnered verbal engagement from a four-star tight end Deak Tonielli. Their class is currently ranked 40th overall in the 2023 class with seven verbal engagements.

After a Big Ten Championship winning season, Michigan coaches are hoping to see the product of that on the recruiting track in the 2023 recruiting cycle as they try to build a strong 2022 loot.

The Wolverines currently make the aforementioned seven verbal engagements in 2023, led by the Top100 linebacker Raylen Wilson of Tallahassee (FL). Four-star RB in the state Cole Cabanathree-star running back Benjamin Hall and three-star skill players Semaj Morgan (WR) are their current offensive engagements. The current class is completed by a three-star defensive lineman Brooks Bahr and three-star kicker Adam Samahwho might be the best potential customer in the country at his location.

Wolverines also have a whole new side to their recruiting department. Are out Courtney Morgan (Washington) and Aashon Larkins (Ole Miss) and are former recruiter Albert Karschnia (Central Michigan), player personnel director Tom Gamble and legendary Wolverine quarterback Denard Robinson (Jacksonville Jaguars). New coach of the defensive line Mike Elston he is also the team’s recruiting coordinator, hailing from Notre Dame.

The hiring of Robinson, in particular, is considered exciting as he is one of the most visible representatives of the program over the past 25 years.

“Denard is an energetic guy who always has a smile on his face”, Jim Harbaugh he said in a statement released after Robinson’s hiring became official. “It will be a positive addition to our program in both player staff and player development areas. Denard has been an active member of this campus and we know he will bring the same enthusiasm and love for Michigan to our building every day. We are thrilled to have Denard at home in Michigan to help our team. “


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