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1 TE Grayson Boomer with assist from Jake Butt ANN ARBOR One day after picking up a scholarship offer while visiting Ohio State, Grayson Boomer did the same at the Buckeyes' fiercest rival. Boomer, a 2019 five star tight end from Collinsville High School in Oklahoma, was in Ann Arbor on Thursday and received an offer from the Wolverines. He told 247Sports' Steve Lorenz the offer came with an assist from former Michigan All American tight end Jake Butt, who was drafted by the Denver Broncos in April. "Coach offered me and then they played a video for me where Jake Butt congratulated me on getting the offer," Boomer told 247Sports. "It was a surreal moment and I wish I was able to keep the video because it was crazy and really awesome. Adding an offer from Michigan is something I've wanted since seventh nike just do it grade. I'm one of Jake's biggest fans. It was insane." At 6 foot 5 and 230 pounds, Boomer is the No. 1 tight end and No. 17 player overall in the 2019 class, according to 247Sports Composite rankings. He has more than a dozen offers, including Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Notre Dame and Arkansas. Boomer told 247Sports that he enjoyed meeting Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh for the first time and the Wolverines compared his play to the program record holder for career receptions and receiving yards for a tight end. Meet Michigan football's 2018 commitments so far "They said the minute they turned on my film, they saw a lot of Jake in me," he said. "They said my game and even my physical build is like his. It meant a lot to hear that." Michigan doesn't have a player committed to its 2019 class and Boomer, according to 247Sports, is the seventh tight end in the cycle to receive an offer from the Wolverines. Tight end is a priority for Michigan's 2018 class, which includes 10 players but not a clear cut tight end. The Wolverines' top remaining tight end targets this cycle are four star Jeremy Ruckert from Lindenhurst High School in New York and four star Mustapha Muhammad from Ridge Point High School in Texas. They added another target at the position by offering a scholarship on Monday to 2018 four star Luke Ford from Carterville High School in Illinois. He decommitted from Arkansas on Saturday. RB Noah Cain, the No. 1 ranked RB in 2019, will reportedly take 4 day visit to Michigan QB target headed elsewhere: Tyler Shough entertained the idea of being the second quarterback to commit to Michigan's 2018 class but won't be a Wolverine. Shough, a 2018 four star quarterback from Hamilton High School in Chandler, Ariz., committed to North Carolina on Thursday. At 6 4 and 187 pounds, Shough is the No. 10 pro style quarterback and No. 252 player overall in the 2018 class. He received an offer from Michigan in April and then his recruitment took off as he added offers from Alabama, Georgia, Florida State and North Carolina, among others. Shough, who visited Michigan in May, earned an invitation to the Nike The Opening Finals, June 28 to July 3 in Beaverton, Ore., for the top 166 prospects in the nation. Michigan has one quarterback committed to its 2018 class in four star Joe Milton from Olympia High School in Orlando, Fla. The Wolverines signed just one quarterback to each of their last two classes in four nike air running shoes stars Brandon Peters (2016) and Dylan McCaffrey (2017). 5 star OT Devontae Dobbs, Michigan's No. 1 2019 prospect, taking recruiting process in stride 5 star interest: Jamaree Salyer doesn't rank Michigan among his top schools at this point, but he's still interested. He's also "looking hard" at Alabama, Michigan and Florida. 1 guard and No. 9 player overall in the 2018 class. Army All American Bowl. 4 star RB Jaren Mangham has 'love' for Michigan State, will also visit Michigan soon Jerome Carvin, a 2018 three star offensive tackle from Cordova High School in Tennessee, included Michigan in his top 10. At 6 4 and 325 pounds, Carvin is the No. 30 offensive tackle and No. 374 player overall in the 2018 class. Isaac Taylor Stuart, a 2018 four star cornerback from St. Augustine High School in California, included Michigan in his top 16. At 6 foot 2 and 187 nike shoes quotes pounds, Taylor Stuart is the No. 5 cornerback and No. 32 player overall in the 2018 class.