2022 DB Myles Rowser explains the reasons for the early engagement in Michigan

The Michigan Wolverines increased their soccer recruitment class in 2022 last week in the form of defender Myles Rowser (Belleville, MI). Rowser is already closely connected to the university because his brother, four-star 2020 signer Andre Seldon, is already on campus and growing up fans of the program with his family.

He is also related to a former Wolverine, his great-uncle John Rowser, who spent time with the Green Bay Packers, Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos in a 12-year NFL career. Rowser was an NFL champion and rookie on the Packers team that defeated the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl II.

Rowser, who also has offers from Cincinnati, Florida, the state of Florida, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nebraska, Penn State and Tennessee, still has to go through high school football for two years before he can play in college break up? His reasoning makes a lot of sense.

“My brother is here now and I was with him the whole process,” Rowser said to Maize n Brew. “You treated him really well. When I saw an article about my great uncle the other day, it was probably my turning point.

“My father is also a big fan. My mother is too, but she told me that it was my decision. “

After being with his brother to recruit visits to Michigan, he saw a lot of what he needs to see from the program and got a lot more taste for the recruitment path than many prospects his age. Rowser said he spoke most with head coach Jim Harbaugh, defensive coordinator Don Brown, and cornerbacks coach Mike Zordich.

Ratings will shortly come in at 2022 prospects, but many project browsers will be ranked fairly high when the leaderboards are released, believing that he will be able to play multiple positions at the next level.

Michigan has also accused him of this because they see him as someone who can either contribute to the corner or to safety.

“Every position is fine with me,” said Rowser. “I played them all and I feel comfortable in all of them.”

Rowser looks to the corners of Michigan, Lavert Hill and Ambry Thomas, both Detroit Martin Luther King, as he will soon be, as players he wants to emulate on the next level. Regarding some of the defensive back sizes in NFL history, he wants to model himself after Sean Taylor, Steve Atwater, and of course Charles Woodson.

Rowser is already working on teammates from 2022 whom he would like to take to Michigan.

“Dayvon Young (Oak Park WR), Jordan Cannon (St. Mary’s LB), Trevor Jones (Belleville WR), Miles Gilmore (Cass Tech) and Tristan Panza (Monroe ATH),” he said. “(Class of 2022) baller.”

Rowser said that his brother Seldon, a four-star engagement already enrolled in Michigan, is enjoying his past time with the program after enrolling before the current semester. He said that at the moment nothing but “positive vibrations” are coming out of the building.

Rowser is one of two commitments Michigan currently has in the 2022 class, while the other is on the state defensive against Alex VanSumeren, who also has a brother who is currently rolling back with the program in Ben VanSumeren. Rowser says that the two were in contact and that he received a direct congratulatory message from VanSumeren after announcing his commitment.

Rowser and VanSumeren are currently not ranked by the main recruitment services. However, this is usually the case at this time of the year, as the boys are just getting out of their second season.