Michigan QB Commit Cade McNamara Opens Up About Daxton Hill, Two Other Recruits

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Michigan QB Commit Cade McNamara Opens Up About Daxton Hill, Two Other Recruits

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Michigan QB Commit Cade McNamara Opens Up About Daxton Hill, Two Other Recruits


Michigan quarterback commit Cade McNamara used The Opening Finals as an opportunity to recruit. 


Michigan QB Commit Cade McNamara Opens Up About Daxton Hill, Two Other Recruits

Daxton Hill, Giles Jackson and Kyle Ford all broke down their interest in Michigan to Cade McNamara.

During The Opening Finals from June 30 to July 5, Reno (Nev.) Damonte Ranch 2019 four-star pro-style quarterback Cade McNamara talked with multiple recruits in his class that Michigan is pursuing.

He spoke with Tulsa (Okla.) Booker T. Washington five-star safety Daxton Hill, Orange (Calif.) Lutheran four-star wide receiver Kyle Ford, Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic three-star weak-side defensive end Aeneas DiCosmo and Oakley (Calif.) Freedom three-star all-purpose back Giles Jackson during his time in Frisco, Texas.

“I was really just working on a little bit of Kyle Ford, a little bit of Giles Jackson, Aeneas DiCosmo and Daxton Hill,” McNamara said.

“Daxton Hill was on my team, so I got to talk to him,” McNamara added. “I didn’t really want to push anyone this weekend, but I was just trying to put a face to a number because we’ve been talking a lot on the phone.

“I got a feel for them, where they are at with their decision and where Michigan stands with them.”

McNamara on Daxton Hill:

Hill is a five-star prospect, ranked No. 8 in the nation, No. 1 at safety and No. 1 in Oklahoma, according to 247Sports Composite.

The 6-foot-1, 187-pound defensive back has Clemson, Oklahoma, Michigan, Alabama, Oklahoma State and Ohio State in his top 6.

This is what McNamara had to say about Hill:

“He likes Michigan because we are in his top 6. Before The Opening Finals, I knew he was interested in Michigan. He is taking his relationship very seriously with Michigan. I heard from a couple other players at The Opening Finals that Dax still really likes Michigan. It’s definitely a place he could really see himself playing.”

McNamara on Kyle Ford:

Ford is a four-star prospect, ranked No. 45 in the nation, No. 7 at wide receiver and No. 7 in California, according to 247Sports Composite.

The 6-foot-2, 209-pound athlete is highly interested in Colorado, Michigan, Oregon, UCLA and USC, among others.

Florida State offered the Orange Lutheran High School standout on July 7.

This is what McNamara had to say about Ford:

“Kyle definitely was interested in talking with me about Michigan. The very first time I saw him, that was the first thing he said. He told me how interested he is and how he will take an official (visit) during the season. Hopefully, he makes the trip and enjoys it.”

McNamara on Giles Jackson:

Jackson is a three-star prospect, ranked No. 729 in the nation, No. 8 at all-purpose back and No. 74 in California, according to 247Sports Composite.

The 5-foot-8, 175-pound running back has a top 4 of Michigan, USC, Oregon and Oregon State. He was offered by Florida on July 4 and said he is considering the Gators as well.

This is what McNamara had to say about Jackson:

“He already took his official and I’ve been talking with him for a long time about Michigan before he had an offer. I’m just trying to get him to realize he would fit in really well at Michigan and that it’s the best public education he can get in the country.”

Jackson spoke with WolverinesWire regarding his time with Michigan commits at The Opening Finals.

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