1. Carter Masek - East Grand Rapids - LB - April 18th, 2014
- The first commit for new Head Coach Chuck Martin in the Class of 2015 comes in the form of East Grand Rapids LB Carter Masek. The 6'2" 225 lbs bullet train hitter, waited a year for his 2nd offer and that came on Sunday the 13th of April but that would be all he wanted, as Masek explained in his commitment interview. Masek is a player who has lots of skills and talent to make the defensive coaches of the RedHawks jobs easier. Ideally they will love to line up Masek at his LB position where he is lethal in pursuit of the football. The instincts of Carter Masek are among some of the best you'll see from the LB position, with the addition of Masek's motor it makes for a dangerous collision once Masek closes in on the ball carrier. Miami University coaches will also have the option to line Masek up on the defensive line, where if he gains a bit more wait, fits into the JJ Watt prototype.
2. Matt Skibinski - Livonia Churchill - OT - June 2nd, 2014
- The RedHawks effort to recruit Michigan harder this year paid off by another solid piece to their team with the addition of Churchill OT Matt Skibinski. The 6'5" and 270 lbs OT has starred on Churchill Varsity the past 2 seasons and has a Senior season to go. Skibinski held nearly half of the MAC offers before committing to Miami. Matt Skibinski possesses great skills to pass and run block, both of which are strong-suits for him. Skibinski has started at Left Tackle, and is very athletic for his size. RedHawks coaches will have a challenge deciding on when and where they want to play Skibinski once he is on campus.
3. Cole Chewins - Clarkston - TE - June 24th, 2014
- At 6'7" and 217 lbs is Clarkston's TE Cole Chewins, Miami's latest commit. Any time you can find a 6'7" player on the offensive side of the ball there's a good chance he'll be highly regarded which Chewins is. Chewins and his Clarkston team were primarily a "run first" team and Chewins excelled at blocking. Eastern Michigan even offered Chewins at an OT, that's how good his blocking abilities were seen. This year as Clarkston relies more on their QB and 2 WR's, Clarkston will be passing more which will allow Chewins to have a lot more touches and create mismatches.
(The list is sorted by the player who was offered the earliest to the latest.)
- Adam Matich - Clarkston - OL/DL
- Carter Masek - East Grand Rapids - LB (Committed)
- Alex Malzone - Brother Rice - QB (Committed to Michigan)
- Junior McMullen - Oak Park - OLB (Committed to Western Michigan)
- Cole Chewins - Clarkston - TE (Committed)
- Matt Skibinski - Livonia Churchill - OT (Committed)
- Dior Johnson - Southfield - DB/WR (Committed to Wake Forest)
- John Kelly - Oak Park - WR/DB