Four of Ohio's top high school football seniors are signed by the Michigan Wolverines.

Four of the top 23 Ohio high school football seniors (according to 247Sports rankings) sent National Letters of Intent (NLI) to Michigan on Wednesday during Early National Signing Day.

Jordan Marshall, the 2023 Mr. Football from Ohio, was the best player.

In Ohio's 2024 class, the Archbishop Moeller running back is ranked No. 4. 

The four-star prospect helped the Crusaders advance to the Division I state semifinals this season by running for 1,554 yards and 17 touchdowns in 13 games and catching 30 passes for 384 yards and four touchdowns.

The Wolverines also added two players—Ben Roebuck from St. Edward and Luke Hamilton from Avon—to assist in blocking for Marshall.

At 6-foot-5 and 290 pounds, Hamilton is the top offensive lineman in the state and the No. 12 ranked player in Ohio. The four-star recruit assisted Avon in reaching the state semifinals.

Roebuck is ranked as the state's 23rd best player overall and as Ohio's second-best offensive tackle. The 320-pound, 6-foot-7 tackle was a key member of the Eagles' winning trio of OHSAA Division I state titles.

Ted Hammond, a defensive lineman for St. Xavier, was also signed by Michigan. The 260-pound, 6-foot-5 lineman had 38 tackles for the Bombers in the previous campaign. The state's 18th-ranked player is the three-star recruit.

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