Christian McCaffrey's brother, four-star 2017 QB, commits to Michigan
Dylan McCaffrey is not following in his brother’s footsteps. Instead, he’ll come to Michigan.
The second-rated pro-style passer announced his decision to commit to the Wolverines on Monday night.
— Dylan McCaffrey (@dcaf20) February 16, 2016
The four-star quarterback is the No. 45-rated player in the 2017 class. The 6-5, 200-pound Littleton, Colorado native is the top-rated junior in the state.
His commitment gives the Wolverines a major early boost in their 2017 class. They moved all the way up to the No. 14 class by landing their first top-100 recruit in 2017.
McCaffrey’s brother, Christian, was the Heisman Trophy runner-up after setting the single-season record for all-purpose yards. He set a Rose Bowl record for total yards at Iowa’s expense.
His dad, Ed, also went to Stanford and was an All-American. Dylan’s oldest brother, Max, is a receiver at Duke and the youngest of the McCaffrey boys, Luke, is still in high school.
Dylan will be the first one to take his talents to B1G country. And for what it’s worth, he was an even higher-rated recruit than Christian was.
Here’s his junior highlight film: