Photo: Michigan Football Early Enrollees Rise For The College Grind

    Michigan football early enrollees rise for the college grind. Here's three of Harbaugh's new guys taking in class.

    January 6, 2016

    Michigan football early enrollees are taking in their first day of class.

    With now less than a month to go until National Signing Day, Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan coaching staff are working tirelessly to tie a bow on a top-five recruiting class. The Wolverines currently sit at No. 5 in the 247Sports team composite rankings, but there are a few big fish left to catch, such as top tight end Isaac Nauta, who could help Michigan make a push for the mythical recruiting title.

    The LSU Tigers currently sit at No. 1, followed by Ohio State.

    Michigan has 23 commits to date, a handful of which have already stepped foot onto campus as early enrollees to jumpstart their college careers.

    Three of those EEs — Kareem Walker, Kingston Davis and Devin Bush Jr. — took in their first day of class on Wednesday. Davis tweeted out the below photo of the crew.

    Walker (RB) and Kingston (FB) are ranked as the No. 1 players at their respective positions. Harbaugh is hoping the two form a punishing one-two punch in the backfield for the Wolverines for years to come.

    Walker was once committed to the Buckeyes, but Harbaugh was able to flip him to maize and blue.

    Michigan dipped far into South Florida and plucked Bush out of Hollywood. He’s ranked as the nation’s No. 11 inside linebacker.

    Note: 247Sports Composite rankings and ratings used in this article.

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