Posted On: 02/12/20 3:26 PM

In year’s past, it was pretty easy to look at top prospects in the state and which programs they would head to.

Largely Midwest, the state of Michigan didn’t have a lot of talent branching out. Now, we have seen the network really spread out all over the country. While Michigan and Michigan State remain a consistent force with in-state recruiting, understandably, the Class of 2020 includes recruits going to programs like Arkansas, South Carolina, Mississippi State, West Virginia, Northwestern, Wake Forest, Wichita State, VCU and others.

Here’s a look at which of the programs are most likely to benefit from Michigan’s talented and deep Class of 2020.

Kendall Murray

Michigan: It wasn’t a large class from the state for the Wolverines, but they got two of the best pieces in the class for 2020. First, they landed Mercy’s Jess Mruzik, the 2019 Miss Volleyball winner and one of the most accomplished players in the history of the state in youth volleyball – a 2019 D1 state champ, a two-time Gatorade Player of the Year, and a two-time MVP on the international stage for Team USA. Mruzik has all the tools, the drive and

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