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Meet Michigan's top high school football recruits for 2020

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National Signing Day has come and gone (both of them) and coaches have already turned their attention toward the Class of 2020.
When it comes to the best prospects in Michigan, many have not verbally chosen their college destinations yet. The highest ranked committed recruit in the state is Belleville’s Andre Seldon, who has verbally committed to Michigan. 
Here are the top 10 recruits in the state in the class of 2020, ranked per the 247Sports composite:
Warren De La Salle’s Brett Stanley is tackled by Oak Park’s Justin Rogers on Friday, November 2, 2018 at Oak Park High School in Oak Park, Mich. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
Justin Rogers, Oak Park
Vitals: 6-3, 311
247 composite ranking: 5-stars; No. 1 in state; No. 14 nationally; No. 1 OG
Offers: 42 total, including Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee and LSU.
Enzo Jennings, Oak Park
Vitals: 6-1, 185
247 composite ranking: 4-stars; No. 2 in state; No. 95 nationally; No. 7 ATH
Offers: 18 total, including Michigan, Auburn, Georgia, Notre Dame, Penn State and Tennessee.
More: 4-star Enzo Jennings on Michigan-Michigan State: You could feel the hatred
Rashawn Williams, Detroit King
Vitals: 6-1, 185
247 composite ranking: 4-stars; No. 3 in state; No. 156 nationally; No. 29 WR
Offers: 26 total, including Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri and Ohio State.
West Bloomfield safety Makari Paige returns an interception against Clarkston. The junior has a 4-star rating and has received over a dozen scholarship offers. (Photo: Wright Wilson/For the Detroit Free Press)
Makari Paige, West Bloomfield
Vitals: 6-3, 182
247 composite ranking: 4-stars; No. 4 in state; No. 200 nationally; No. 11 S
Offers: 16 total, including Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State and Penn State.
Andre Seldon, Belleville
Vitals: 5-9, 154
247 composite ranking: 4-stars; No. 5 in state; No. 285 nationally; No. 24 CB
Offers: Received 8; Committed to Michigan in June, 2018.
More: Michigan football commit Andre Seldon helping recruit the class of 2020
Braiden McGregor, Port Huron Northern
Vitals: 6-5, 248
247 composite ranking: 4-stars; No. 6 in state; No. 323 nationally; No. 18 SDE
Offers: 23 total, including Michigan, Michigan State Notre Dame, Alabama and Clemson.
More: Port Huron Northern’s Braiden McGregor ‘shocked’ by Alabama offer
Detroit King’s Peny Boone is tackled by Muskegon’s Ray Williams, during the Division football state title at Ford Field on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018. (Photo: Kimberly P. Mitchell, Detroit Free Press)
Peny Boone, Detroit King
Vitals: 6-2, 225
247 composite ranking: 4-stars; No. 7 in state; No. 339 nationally; No. 29 RB
Offers: 20 total, including Michigan, Michigan State and Tennessee.
Bryce Mostella, East Kentwood
Vitals: 6-6, 235
247 composite ranking: 4-stars; No. 8 in state; No. 343 nationally; No. 14 WDE
Offers: 19 total, including Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota and Penn State.
Earnest Sanders, Flint Beecher
Vitals: 6-2, 190
247 composite ranking: 3-stars; No. 9 in state; No. 388 nationally; No. 73 WR
Offers: 8 total including Michigan State, Kentucky, Central Michigan and Bowling Green.
Bryce Austin, Southfield
Vitals: 6-2, 260
247 composite ranking: 3-stars; No. 10 in state; No. 389 nationallty; No. 31 DT
Offers: 14 total, including Michigan State, Missouri, Purdue and Minnesota.