LMFR Combine All-Underclassman Team

  • ATH John Shelton  5-9  185  Fr  East Grand Rapids
  • OL Ty Potter  6-2  220  So  Hudsonville
  • OL Luke Harmon  6-4  240  So  Grand Rapids Catholic Central
  • OL Stuart Kettler  6-4  262  So  East Grand Rapids
  • OL Spencer Hulst  6-2  230  So  Grand Rapids South Christian
  • QB Calyn Murphy  6-1  135  Fr  Dowagiac
  • QB Cole Wright  6-2  170  Fr  Charlevoix
  • RB Chandler Edwards  5-10  165  So  North Muskegon
  • RB Alan Ritter  5-9  145  Fr  Charlevoix
  • TE Spencer Holstege  6-5  235  So  Grand Rapids South Christian
  • WR Taven Hakens  6-3  190  So  Saranac
  • WR Kalen Brown  6-0  154  So  Wyoming Godwin Heights
  • DL Carson Bekins  6-0  218  So  Grandville
  • DL Cortez Charleston  5-9  250  So  Wyoming Godwin Heights
  • DL Alex Overla  6-1  265  So  Caledonia
  • DL Nick Hardy  6-0  190  So  Stevensville Lakeshore
  • LB Hunter Parsons  6-1  175  So  Cassopolis
  • LB Anthony Campise  6-1  165  So  Mattawan
  • LB  Michael Dennis  6-2  170  So  Freeland
  • DB Brady Jackson  6-1  185  So  Saranac
  • DB Thomas Rudolph  5-9  156  So  Charlevoix

LMFR All-Combine Defense

Outstanding Defensive Prospect

Caleb Murphy  6-4  210  Jr  Edge  Dowagiac: He was an all-league receiver in the fall. Murphy can really be special on the other side of the line. Nice mix of Dowagiac blue collar toughness and explosion coming around the end. Murphy tested in the top 10 across the board, including the best standing vertical, 34 4/5″, and third in the 40-yard dash, 4.5 seconds.

Outstanding Defensive Line Prospect

Ray Cunningham  6-2  240  Jr  Charlevoix: Bull-rushed a number of foes into submission. Played bigger and stronger than his physical measurables at the point of impact. Also an all-league blocker for the Rayders. Cunningham, and every other lineman at the combine, would do well to add some of the pass-rush moves of Grand Rapids West Catholic’s Gabe Rohn. An impact D end from the Division 5 state champs is just 5-9, 234. He used a plethora of techniques to escape the larger offensive linemen, breaking away with quick, strong hands to duck under their inside shoulder again and again. Hudsonville’s 6-2, 240 junior D tackle Seth Hoonhorst is versatile and mobile, also a fullback for the Eagles with special teams value.

Outstanding Linebacker Prospect

Brett Taylor  5-10  220  Jr  Comstock Park: He’s on track to be a four-year, two-way starter at middle linebacker and guard for the Panthers. Taylor showed how here, combining closing linebacker speed with a 4.43 40 (second) and blocking power to handle bigger men from the offensive line with a 46′ power ball toss (third). Not just show strength, as in live action Taylor is stout enough to stone runners high, or hold on when going low. He had 80 tackles and a pair of picks as a junior. A really intriguing new prospect is junior Christian Brooks, an Illinois native now at North Muskegon, with a bunch of nice tools at 6-2, 221. Versatile big body running a 4.64 40. Tested in the top 10 in all four categories. 6-3, 190 junior Michael Munderloh has been a two-year standout on the line in the middle of the Mitten at St. Louis. He had 80 tackles, including 10 for loss, and six sacks, with six recovered fumbles. As a sophomore it was 44 tackles, 13 for loss, and three sacks. Also a good receiver, so could project as a tight end if not linebacker. Munderloh ran a 4.63 40 and 4.33 shuttle. Harley McCaskey is a small-school, two-way star for Morenci, a 6-3, 190 junior who projects best at inside linebacker.

Outstanding Secondary Prospect

Alexander Hage  5-10  155  Jr  Wyoming: He turned in the quickest pro agility drill, 4.22 seconds, and also had top 10 scores in the vertical jump and power ball toss.

All-Combine Defense

  • DL Seth Hoonhorst  6-2  240  Jr  Hudsonville
  • DL Chase Knicki  6-1  238  Jr  Grant
  • DL Grant Bearss  6-1  245  Jr  Grand Rapids Catholic Central
  • DL Gabe Rohn  5-9  234  Jr  Grand Rapids West Catholic
  • LB Christian Brooks  6-2  221  Jr  North Muskegon
  • LB  Michael Munderloh  6-3  190  Jr  St. Louis
  • LB Harley McCaskey  6-3  190  Jr  Morenci
  • LB Aidan Burns  6-3  205  Jr  Grand Rapids Catholic Central
  • DB Jacob Kurnat  6-0  170  Jr  Byron Center
  • DB Brand Thelen  5-7  155  Jr  Fowler
  • DB Alexander Hage  5-10  150  Jr  Wyoming
  • DB Maliq Thompson  5-8  180  Jr  Rockford

LMFR All-Combine Offense

Overall Offensive Outstanding Prospect

Brandon Anderson  5-10  155  Jr  RB/WR  Cassopolis: He ran the second-fastest 40-yard dash in the combine’s five years, 4.35 seconds. Anderson chased that with a second-place toss in the power ball, showing the all-around explosion of this versatile back. And though he’s an all-state sprinter, Anderson is far from just some track guy putting in pretty numbers. He averaged 9.7 yards per carry and 18.6 per reception while scoring 15 TDs for Cassopolis’ D7 regional championship team. In drills here showed nice instincts making adjustments on the fly to complete catches. Could see him as a CMU type slot back, though college defensive secondary coaches will want to get ahold of Anderson too.

LMFR Combine Top 40s (2013-17)

  1. Jacob Geter, Plainwell (2014): 4.34 seconds
  2. Brandon Anderson, Cassopolis (2016): 4.35
  3. Danny Bauder, Zeeland West (2013): 4.40
  4. Brett Taylor, Comstock Park (2017): 4.43
  5. Michael Williams, Wyoming (2015): 4.44

Offensive Skill Outstanding Prospect

Jacob Knierim  6-4  175  Jr  QB  Merrill: Bright future as he’s a year young for his class. Knierim was just 15 in the fall when he made honorable mention all-state after Merrill made a repeat playoff appearance in his first-year at starting QB. He flourished in the spread throwing for over 2,000 yards with 20 TDs and running for another four during the regular season. Here, he got the ball out quickly, threw with accuracy and communicated with his receivers. As Knierim improves his decision making in year 2, small college spread teams will covet him and with his frame and arm, GLIAC coaches will be taking a long look at his five-year map. As well as Knierim played, based on his physical tools and raw potential we almost had another QB in this spot, 6-4, 195 Jr Joel Wilson from Petoskey. Wilson is a Class A three-sport starter who also projects as a college baseball player. But last season was his first as the Northmen’s starting QB and he got the bug. While not in a pass-friendly offense like Knierim, Wilson still threw for 886 yards and 10 TDs. No QB at the combine came close to testing like Wilson, who was fourth in the vertical jump, and more impressively given his size fifth in the pro agility drill. His multisport background, all-around athleticism and character are similar to Chad Fox, the QB/.catcher from Holland who was Brian Kelly’s first star passer at Grand Valley State. Wilson just won’t come out with the reps like Fox did as a prep. Nevertheless we now have him the No. 4 QB in the Lake Area’s senior class, and the guys ahead have at least MAC offers. He’s also an all-state candidate as a punter and could conceivably play tight end, H back, linebacker at the college level.

A pair of running backs were also in the mix. 6-1 205 Grand Rapids Catholic Central junior Nolan Fugate has always tested well at the combine, and this year was no different with top 10 marks in every event, including a 4.55 40 (fourth), 4.24 pro agility (second) and 33 3/5″ vertical (third).  Those numbers transfer to the field, where Fugate was invaluable in D4 state champion GRCC’s playoff run with 136 yards and 2 TDs against Allendale and 278 yards and 3 TDs against Unity Christian.  With Mike Brown and Antonio Strong matriculating to Miami-OH and GVSU, Fugate will have more touches this fall. He also brings versatility similar to Brown and Strong, as he also projects as a safety or linebacker. So does 6-1 200 Byron Center junior Shane Tagg, who made his name scoring 10 TDs last fall, but can also play safety while contributing on special teams returning kicks or long snapping. What kind of athletes does all that? One with a 4.5 flat 40 (third), 4.26 pro agility (fourth) and 34 1/3 vertical (second).

Offensive Line Outstanding Prospect

OL Johnathan Hardy  6-5  275  Jr  Bay City John Glenn: Combination of speed, frame for good college weight and wingspan in right tackle drills separated Hardy as the top line prospect. He ran a 4.71-second 40 and 5.01 pro agility, the best marks of any of the big men. MAC schools will want him on campus for camps, and if he can show some explosion and power in the run game is a fit for that level. Also in the mix here was a lanky, mobile right tackle 6-6 230 Whitehall junior Brandon Rake. He also showed potential as an end rusher.  Has to get stronger. Cadillac junior Jacob Kochanny is fit at 6-4, 270. He’s an interior guy who can improve flexibility and technique, but is a nasty hitter who plays hard and finishes off his man. A little more mean will go a long way with Frankfort junior Matthew Stefanski. He was the heaviest player at the combine at 6-5, 305 but showed his basketball pedigree by moving on his feet like a smaller man. Just going by test results you might sell short Jacob Achteroff, but the 6-5, 287 North Muskegon junior put in work during the drills, a worker going both ways with a second- and third-effort motor. Strong and guys felt that when he got hands on.

All-Combine Offense

  • OL Brandon  Rake  6-6  230  Jr  Whitehall
  • OL Jacob Kochanny  6-4  270  Jr  Cadillac
  • OL Matthew Stefanski  6-5  305  Jr  Frankfort
  • OL Jacob Achteroff  6-5  287  Jr  North Muskegon
  • OL Sean McKinley  6-3  230  Jr  Houghton Lake
  • QB Jake Wilson  6-4  195  Jr  Petoskey
  • RB Nolan Fugate  6-1  205  Jr  Grand Rapids Catholic Central
  • RB Shane Tagg  6-0  200  Jr  Byron Center
  • TE Patrick Nugent  6-3  225  Jr  Okemos
  • WR Jalen Thomas  5-11  169  Jr  Utica Ford
  • WR Kenny Brewer  6-1  165  Jr  Lansing Waverly

LMFR Combine: Top Ten Vertical Jumps

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We expect Byron Center’s Shane Tagg to increase his already impressive 2016 production of 655 yards on just 64 carries and 10 total TDs this fall as a senior.

Standing Vertical

1. Caleb Murphy  6-4  210  Jr  Dowagiac: 34 4/5 inches
2. Shane Tagg  6-1  210  Jr  Byron Center: 34 1/3″
3. Nolan Fugate  6-1  205  Jr  Grand Rapids Catholic Central: 33 3/5″
4. Brandon Anderson  5-10  155  Jr  Cassopolis: 33 1/3″
Joel Wilson  6-4  195  Jr  Petoskey: 33 1/3″
5. Kenny Brewer  6-1  165  Jr  Lansing Waverly: 33″
6. Christian Brooks  6-2  221  Jr  North Muskegon: 32 4/5″
Jacob Kurnat  6-0  170  Jr  Byron Center: 32 4/5″
7. Alexander Hage  5-10  150  Jr  Wyoming: 32 1/3″
8. Anthony Glover  5-10  NA  Jr  Muskegon Heights: 31 2/3″
9. Lequan Hooper  5-8  125  Jr  North Muskegon: 31″
10. Brady Jackson  6-1  185  So  Saranac: 30 4/5″
Griffen Caul  6-1  180  So  East Grand Rapids: 30 4/5″
Alan Ritter  5-9  145  Fr  Charlevoix: 30 3/5″

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LMFR Combine: Top Ten Power Ball Distances

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Brett Taylor will be a four-year, two-way starter for Comstock Park as a linebacker and offensive lineman. He showed off that versatility by placing third in the power ball toss and second in the 40-yard dash at the LMFR Combine.

Power Ball Toss

1. Spencer Holstege  6-5  235  So  Grand Rapids South Christian: 48 feet
2. Maliq Thompson  5-8  180  Jr  Rockford: 47′
3. Brett Taylor  6-0  220  Jr  Comstock Park: 46′
4. Brandon Anderson  5-10  155  Jr  Cassopolis: 45′
Grant Bearss  6-1  245  Jr  Grand Rapids Catholic Central: 45′
5. John Shelton  5-9  185  Fr  East Grand Rapids: 44′
6 .Jacob Achteroff  6-5  287  Jr  North Muskegon: 43′
7. Christian Brooks  6-2  221  Jr  North Muskegon: 42′
Nolan Fugate  6-1  205  Jr  Grand Rapids Catholic Central: 42′
Shane Tagg  6-1  200  Jr  Byron Center: 42′
8. Joel Brawley  5-10  175  Jr  Stevensville Lakeshore: 41′
Chase Konicki  6-1  238  Jr  Grant: 41′
Harley McCaskey  6-3  192  Jr  Morenci: 41′
Caleb Murphy  6-4  210  Jr  Dowagiac: 41′
9. Gabe Rohn  5-9  235  Jr  Grand Rapids West Catholic: 40′
Joel Wilson  6-4  195  Jr  Petoskey: 40′
10. Noah Fowler  5-8  250  So  Allegan: 39′
Alexander Hage  5-10  150  Jr  Wyoming: 39′
Brady Jackson  6-1  185  So  Saranac: 39′
Jakob Kurnat  6-0  170  Jr  Byron Center: 39′
Patrick Nugent  6-3  225  Jr  Okemos: 39′
Henry Sommerdyke  6-3  280  Jr  Grand Rapids Catholic Central: 39′
Matthew Stefanski  6-5  305  Jr  Frankfort: 39′
Lucas Tolini  6-0  195  Jr  Onaway: 39′
Clay Ware  5-9  186  Jr  Grand Rapids Catholic Central: 39′

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LMLFR Combine: Top Ten Pro Agility Drill Times

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Grand Rapids Catholic Central junior Nolan Fugate can do it pads, like his 280 yards and 3 TDs in the state semis, and without, as he was a top 10 performer every category at the LMFR Combine.

Pro Agility

1. Alexander Hage  5-10  155  Jr  Wyoming: 4.22 seconds
2. Nolan Fugate  6-1  205  Jr  Grand Rapids Catholic Central: 4.24
3. Jake McLean  5-9  175  Jr  Rockford: 4.25
4. Shane Tagg  6-1  200  Jr  Byron Center: 4.26
5. Joel Wilson  6-4  195  Jr  Petoskey: 4.30
6. Justin Brown  6-2  165  Jr  Whitehall: 4.31
7. Michael Munderloh  6-3  190  Jr  St. Louis: 4.33
8. Brand Thelen  5-7  155  Jr  Fowler: 4.34
Jared Evans  5-10  180  Jr  Grant: 4.34 
9. Christian Brooks  6-2  221  Jr  North Muskegon: 4.35
10. Caleb Murphy  6-4  210  Jr  Dowagiac: 4.37
Griffen Caul  6-1  180  So  East Grand Rapids: 4.37

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LMFR Combine: Top Ten 40 Times

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Brandon Anderson was a serious threat on Cassopolis’ regional championship team last fall. The all-state sprinter ran the fastest 40-yard dash at the LMFR Combine in five years.

40-yard Dash

1. Brandon Anderson  5-10  155  Jr  Cassopolis: 4.35 seconds
2. Brett Taylor  6-0  220  Jr  Comstock Park: 4.43
3. Caleb Murphy  6-4  220  Jr  Dowagiac: 4.50
Shane Tagg  6-1  200  Jr  Byron Center: 4.50
Jack McArthur  6-0  190  Jr  Whitehall: 4.50
4. Nolan Fugate  6-1  205  Jr  Grand Rapids Catholic Central: 4.55
5. Chandler Edwards  5-10  165  So  North Muskegon: 4.62
6. Michael Munderloh  6-3  190  Jr  St. Louis: 4.63
7. Christian Brooks  6-2  221  Jr  North Muskegon: 4.64
8. Donaciano Buentello  5-6  150  Jr  Wyoming: 4.65
9. Maliq Thompson  5-8  180  Jr  Rockford: 4.67
Anthony Campise  6-1  165  So  Mattawan: 4.67
10. Griffin Kelly  6-1  185  Jr  Frankfort: 4.69
Griffen Caul  6-1  180  So  East Grand Rapids: 4.69

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Fast Start: Class of 2019 First Dozen

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Ali’Vonta Wallace should continue Muskegon’s streak of Power 5 recruits.

  1. Ali’vonta Wallace  6-1  210  LB  Muskegon
  2. Mazi Smith  6-3  300  DL  East Kentwood
  3. Anthony Bradford  6-5  310  OL  Muskegon
  4. Logan Brown  6-6  260  OL  East Kentwood
  5. Boone Bonnema  6-3  215  LB  Zeeland East
  6. Logan Miller  6-5  270  OL  Allendale
  7. Peyton Young  6-4  310  OL  Muskegon Oakridge
  8. Damari Roberson  6-2  175  WR/DB  Muskegon Mona Shores
  9. Traven VanOss  6-0  200  LB  Three Rivers
  10. TJ VanKoevering  6-3  185  ATH  Hudsonville Unity Christian
  11. Luke Harmon  6-5  240  OL  Grand Rapids Catholic Central
  12. Stuart Kettler  6-5  265  DL  East Grand Rapids

The First 50: Class of 2018 Prospect Rankings

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Grand Rapids Catholic Central lineman Jalen Mayfield has committed to Michigan. He’s the Lake Area’s No. 1 rising senior prospect.

  1. Jalen Mayfield  6-5  250  OL/DL  Grand Rapids Catholic Central  Michigan
  2. Antwan Reed  6-7  285  OL  Muskegon  Penn State
  3. Ryan Hayes  6-7  260  OL/DL  Traverse City West  Michigan
  4. Jason Whittaker  6-5  200  QB  Rockford  Northwestern
  5. La’darius Jefferson  6-2  210  QB  Muskegon  Central Florida
  6. Braeden Childress  6-4  215  TE  Big Rapids
  7. Eli Jackson  6-1  275  DL  Muskegon
  8. Nolan Fugate  6-1  190  RB  Grand Rapids Catholic Central
  9. Cade Peterson  6-4  190  QB  Maple City Glen Lake  Grand Valley State
  10. Xavier Wade  6-3  180  WR  West Ottawa
  11. Susu Davenport  6-1  175  ATH  Wyoming Godwin Heights
  12. Brandon Anderson  5-10  155  WR/RB  Cassopolis
  13. Caleb Murphy  6-4  210  Edge  Dowagiac
  14. Keontae Watson  6-5  260  OL  Muskegon Mona Shores
  15. Cody Carone  6-3  305  OL  Rockford
  16. Darius Pruitt  6-3  185  DB  Kalamazoo Central
  17. Christian Brooks  6-2  220  LB  North Muskegon
  18. Joel Wilson  6-4  195  QB  Petoskey
  19. Dan VanOpstall  6-6  230  DL/OL  Jenison
  20. Nico Lesher  6-3  250  DL  Plainwell
  21. Marcus Remtema  6-0  185  DB  Rockford
  22. Keyshaun Summerville  6-0  165  WR/DB  Muskegon Mona Shores
  23. Brandon Rake  6-6  230  DL/OL  Whitehall
  24. Brett Taylor  5-10  220  LB  Comstock Park
  25. Khale Showers  5-11  205  LB  Rockford
  26. Evan Gast  6-2  285  OL  Byron Center
  27. Jacob Wohlgemuth  6-5  300  OL  Wyoming Kelloggsville
  28. Shane Tagg  6-1  200  RB  Byron Center
  29. Nick Apsey  6-1  190  LB/RB  Maple City Glen Lake
  30. Parker Kingma  6-4  315  OL  Grand Haven
  31. Dee Davis  5-8  155  DB  Muskegon Mona Shores
  32. Toby Hulst  6-1  210  LB  Grand Rapids South Christian
  33. Malachi Price  6-2  305  OL  Grand Rapids Christian
  34. Jacob Kochanny  6-4  270  OL  Cadillac
  35. Job Mayhue  6-3  200  LB  East Kentwood
  36. Jon Kennedy  6-1  215  LB  Portage Central
  37. David Kruse  6-0  185  QB  Lowell
  38. Sam Sherwin  6-4  250  OL/DL  Traverse City Central
  39. Chuckie Anthony  6-2  285  OL/DL  Muskegon Mona Shores
  40. Matt Stefanski  6-4  305  OL  Frankfort
  41. Ray Cunningham  6-2  240  DL/OL  Charlevoix
  42. Jacob Achteroff  6-5  287  OL  North Muskegon
  43. Trenton Lane  5-10  150  RB  Hamilton
  44. Willie Shanks  6-1  160  DB  Muskegon
  45. John Todd  6-0  160  DB  Cedar Springs
  46. Seth Hoonhorst  6-2  240  DL  Hudsonville
  47. Nathan Rohr  6-4  285  OL  Allendale
  48. Keegan Ensing  6-1  185  QB  Zeeland East
  49. Anthony Ladd  5-11  190  DB  Grand Rapids Christian
  50. Devin Koscielniak  6-6  250  DL/OL  Johannesburg-Lewiston

Signing Day 2017: Top 100 Prospects

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Berrien Springs’ two-way lineman Phillip Paea is the Lake Michigan Football Report’s top ranked overall prospect for the 2017 class and is headed for the University of Michigan.

February 1 is the big red letter day for high school prospects across the country, the Lake Area included. Here are the LMFR’s top 100 2017 prospects heading towards that moment of truth.

  1. Phillip Paea  6-4  300  OL/DL  Berrien Springs  Michigan
  2. Corey Malone-Hatcher  6-3  245  Edge  St. Joseph  Michigan
  3. Andrew Ward  6-1  210  LB  Muskegon  Nebraska
  4. Kalil Pimpleton  5-7  165  ATH   Muskegon  Virginia Tech
  5. Nate Umlor  6-5  260  TE/DL  Allendale  Minnesota
  6. Brayden Smith  6-5  180  WR/DB  Byron Center  Western Michigan
  7. Keegan Cossou  6-5  235  TE  Greenville  Central Michigan
  8. Johnathan Berghorst  6-3  280  DL  Zeeland East  Central Michigan
  9. Erik Dithazy  6-5  270  OL  Forest Hills Northern  Central Michigan
  10. Jacorey Sullivan  6-3  210  DB/WR  Muskegon  Central Michigan
  11. Mike Brown  6-0  200  DB/WR  Grand Rapids Catholic Central  Miami-OH
  12. Jeremy Burrell  5-9  185  RB  Benton Harbor  Ferris State
  13. Steven Spenner  6-3  215  LB  Berrien Springs  Central Michigan
  14. Jack Mandryk  6-2  185  ATH  Hudsonville  Michigan State
  15. David Fox  6-1  210  ATH  Grand Rapids West Catholic  Grand Valley State
  16. Antonio Strong  6-0  200  DB/WR  Grand Rapids Catholic Central  Grand Valley State
  17. Ben Sherwin  6-5  260  OL/DL  Traverse City Central  Ferris State
  18. Evan Plate  6-3  220  LB  Greenville  Central Michigan
  19. Kelvyn Valdez  6-3  185  WR  Wyoming Godwin Heights  Ferris State
  20. Nick Isley  6-2  200  RB  Rockford  Wayne State
  21. Sam Neville  6-3  200  WR  Grand Rapids West Catholic  Ferris State
  22. Jayk Slager  6-5  230  Edge/TE  Zeeland West  Grand Valley State
  23. Sam Allan  6-3  265  OL  Portage Central  Kent State
  24. Walker Christoffersen  5-9  180  DB/WR  Muskegon Catholic Central  Saginaw Valley State
  25. Drew Couturier  5-9  155  WR  Allendale  Davenport
  26. Matt Ellis  5-11  190  DB/RB  Grand Rapids Christian
  27. Joe Brown  5-11  205  RB/LB  Portage Northern
  28. Tanner Hallock  6-2  210  LB  Forest Hills Central  Michigan State
  29. Connor Chupailo  6-4  280  OL  Zeeland West
  30. Devante Walker  5-8  160  WR/DB  Traverse City Central
  31. Ian Hall  6-1  230  DL/LB  Grandville  Ferris State
  32. Garrison Curry  6-7  310  OL  Muskegon Oakridge
  33. Veronell Smith  6-1  200  DB  North Muskegon  Wayne State
  34. Zac Saltzgaber  6-0  190  ATH  Byron Center
  35. Lane Potter  6-3  275  OL  Hudsonville  Wayne State
  36. Ricky Clark  6-0  180  ATH  Schoolcraft
  37. Elijah Davis  6-4  275  DL  Portage Central  Saginaw Valley State
  38. Collin Alvesteffer  5-11  200  ATH  Cedar Springs  Ferris State
  39. Connor Bruinius   6-2  220  LB  RB  Forest Hills Northern  Northern Michigan
  40. Chris Kolarevic  6-1  220  LB/TE  Traverse City St. Francis  Northern Iowa
  41. Dakari Bickham  6-3  250  DL  East Grand Rapids
  42. Derek Monje  6-5  250  DL  Fruitport
  43. Ross Koella  6-6  215  TE  Grand Haven
  44. Jack Combs 6-2  190  WR  East Grand Rapids  Central Michigan
  45. Levi Seeley  6-3  265  OL  Grandville
  46. Dalton Agers  5-11  195  LB  Hudsonville  Hope
  47. Derek Spann  6-2  220  Edge  Muskegon
  48. Bryce Atkins  6-4  215  TE/DL  Hudsonville
  49. Duke Angers  6-1  230  LB  Maple City Glen Lake  Saginaw Valley State
  50. Nick Kunkel  6-2  275  OL/DL  Holland Chrsitian  Davenport
  51. Julian Sheriff  5-11  210  RB  Bridgman
  52. LaTommy Scott  5-8  175  RB  Muskegon Catholic Central  Northwood
  53. Carson Rosa  6-5  235  QB/TE  Traverse City West  Ferris State
  54. Roger Stein  6-4  215  TE/Edge  Kalamazoo Central
  55. Raine Potts  6-1  180  DB  Portage Central  Saginaw Valley State
  56. Reide Klinger  6-4  295  OL  Jenison  St. Anselm
  57. Ryan Mount  6-4  205  TE  Mason County Central  Davenport
  58. Nate McCrary  6-1  200  ATH  Muskegon Reeths-Puffer
  59. Wyatt Baker  6-4  215  QB  Manton
  60. DJ Lowery  5-10  160  WR/DB  Chippewa Hills
  61. Jalen Sartor  6-3  180  DB  Grand Rapids Christian
  62. Michael Doyle  6-4  240  DL  Lowell
  63. Dane Stanbaugh  6-3  300  DL/OL  Lake Odessa Lakewood  Iowa Western
  64. Marcus Collins  5-11  215  RB  Muskegon Mona Shores
  65. Josef Hissom  5-8  190  RB  Sault Ste. Marie  Hillsdale
  66. Mason Shirrell  6-5  220  OL  Muskegon Orchard View
  67. Austin McCullough  6-5  185  WR  Portage Central
  68. Nick Poterack  6-4  210  TE/Edge  Byron Center  Wayne State
  69. Corey Hampton  5-9  190  RB  Stevensville Lakeshore
  70. Andrew Welch  5-9  175  WR  East Kentwood
  71. Levi Finley  6-3  290  OL  Mattawan
  72. Chase Fairfield  6-4  215  TE  North Muskegon
  73. Turner Ruby  6-4  290  OL  East Kentwood
  74. Nick White  6-0  245  OL/DL  Forest Hills Central
  75. Davanute Dickens  5-11  225  RB/LB  Grand Rapids Christian
  76. Jeremiah Purnell  5-10  205  LB  Wyoming
  77. Josh Atwell  5-10  180  RB  Grandville
  78. Brett Meyers  6-4  195  WR  Grand Rapids West Catholic  Davenport
  79. Blake Whitcomb  6-3  280  OL  Greenville  Northern Michigan
  80. Damien Dominguez  6-2  265  OL/DL  Grand Rapids Northview
  81. Cameron Waller  6-3  270  DL  North Muskegon
  82. Jalen Mitchell  6-4  280  DL  Wyoming
  83. Logan Vandermeulen  6-0  240  DL  Lowell
  84. Luke Ensing  5-11  185  LB  Grandville
  85. Levi Six  5-10  185  RB/LB  Fruitport
  86. David Thompson  5-8  175  ATH  Ravenna
  87. Tyler Hunt  6-2  195  QB  Gobles
  88. Jonathan Burton  6-0  190  LB  Stevensville Lakeshore  Hillsdale
  89. Raquis McDonald  5-11  185  WR/DB  Muskegon
  90. Colton Bull  6-3  265  DL  Jenison
  91. Devin Sanders  6-0  250  OL  Muskegon
  92. Cole VanSetters  6-0  205  LB  Rockford  Valparaiso
  93. Fitz Doud  6-1  195  LB  Traverse City Central
  94. Tal Allen  5-11  165  DB  Manistee  Michigan Tech
  95. Bass Ollie  6-3  175  DB  Kalamazoo Central
  96. Cameron Ekanayake  6-2  200  ATH  Edwardsburg
  97. Brady Eding  6-7  270  OL  Hamilton  Hope
  98. JoShawn Wilson  5-7  160  DB  Benton Harbor
  99. Da’Monte Neal  5-7  175  DB  Muskegon
  100. Gabe Callery  5-9  190  DB  Traverse City St. Francis  Siena Heights