The Michigan Wolverines are on the come-up. In the last two seasons, Michigan has won two Big Ten Championships, defeated arch-rival Ohio State in consecutive years, and made the College Football Playoff in back-to-back seasons. as well. They’re also recruiting incredibly well, and their success and outlook are being noticed from within.

Jordan Marshall, a four-star commit in the class of 2024, recently made a bold claim about Michigan and their future. Marshall is a running back set to join the Wolverines and hopes to follow in the successes of past great Michigan tailbacks.

Suffice it to say; he’s not short on confidence. Marshall spoke to On3 and boastfully proclaimed, “There is no ceiling to Michigan football. Coach Harbaugh is coaching, the staff is getting the players, and we are going to keep it rolling.”

Michigan has had a lot to boast about over the last two seasons. The Wolverines have gone 25-3 with only one loss against a Big Ten opponent. That came against rival Michigan State, but is the only blemish the team has against its conference foes in the last two seasons. So they’ve been the king of the hill of the conference, they just need to make their mark nationally. While they have had two CFB Playoff appearances, they’ve yet to win. The Wolverines lost to Georgia and then TCU, so that has to be the biggest thing on their minds.

But if you talk to them, they seem confident they’re about to get it going.

[On3 Recruits]

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