U-M commits rise in first batch of post-summer ranking updates

bilde[1]Michigan’s three active class of 2013 commitments all enjoyed successful July evaluation periods to cap off strong AAU careers. Now that the evaluation period is over, all three have seen their recruiting rankings continue to rise.

The first two scouting services to update their class of 2013 rankings are Scout.com and MaxPreps.com. All three Wolverine commits are regarded as top-100 prospects by both services.

Scout.com slots Derrick Walton at No. 43, Zak Irvin at No. 62 and Mark Donnal at No. 80. All three prospects were given four stars. Irvin made the jump from outside of the top 100 all the way to No. 62 and is now regarded as a top 100 prospect by all three major services.

MaxPreps.com calls Irvin Michigan’s best 2013 prospect, ranking him at No. 26 and handing out five stars.  Derrick Walton checks in at No. 42 with Mark Donnal at No. 73.

Rivals.com and ESPN.com have yet to update their 2013 rankings but both services have mentioned Zak Irvin as one of the fastest rising prospects. ESPN.com’s Dave Telep also mentioned Derrick Walton as a potential McDonalds All-American candidate after an impressive performance in Las Vegas.

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