The first thing you should know about Marquette’s recruiting class is that it’s pretty impressive.
The 2016 class ranked sixth in the nation in total offense and seventh in the country in scoring.
That’s according to 247Sports, which ranks Marquette the best program in the conference and the most talented in college football.
The second thing you need to know about the 2016 class is how it ended up.
Marquette was one of the top five programs in the state of Michigan and one of two Big Ten teams to finish in the top 15 of the polls the season before.
The third thing you really need to understand is that this class was built by an impressive coaching staff.
The head coach, Mike Brey, is known as one of Michigan’s most respected and respected offensive minds.
He has the best track record of coaching in college sports at two national championships and four BCS titles.
The offensive line is led by the nation’s No. 1 recruit in the class of 2019, center Josh Harvey-Clemons.
The defensive line is anchored by the best recruiting class in the Big Ten, and the secondary is led and coached by two of the best safeties in the entire country in the 2016 recruiting class, Josh Harvey and Xavier Jones.
The defensive line has been an incredible strength for Marquette.
It’s led by three-star defensive end Deondre Francois and three-stars Jalen Smith, Myles Garrett, and Anthony Averett.
It also has a handful of five-star recruits in the 2017 class, including three-and-D defensive tackle Darnell Jackson.
The secondary has five-stars in linebacker Tyree Wilson, cornerback Marcus Taylor, and safety Xavier Jones, and four-star safety Jordan Rigsbee is also on the roster.
It was a pretty stacked group in the first few weeks of the season, but it all fell apart late in the season.
Brey was fired on Jan. 16, and head coach D’Onta Foreman was dismissed a week later.
The loss of two-time All-Big Ten defensive player of the year and two-year starting defensive end Myles Davis forced the dismissal of defensive backs coach Jim Harbaugh and defensive line coach Brad Rumph.
They both were dismissed for recruiting violations.
The final loss of the class came on Saturday when it was announced that quarterback Ryan Finley was dismissed.
He was the No. 8 overall recruit in Michigan and was ranked the No 1 quarterback in the draft by 247Sports.
Michigan is expected to draft a quarterback in June, and he was expected to go first overall.
It was expected that the Wolverines would be able to land a top-five pick.
The program had been looking at several quarterbacks, but was unable to land one.
Finley went to Alabama after he decommitted, but he committed to Michigan, and that was his decision, so he will not play for the Wolverings.
He is one of a number of quarterbacks who have committed to the Wolverages, and it appears that he was one among the few who made his decision.
Marquettes fans were hoping that he would stay on campus and play in a Big Ten Championship Game, but that didn’t happen.
He signed with the Detroit Lions on Jan 2, but the team never officially announced him as a commitment.
He will now be eligible to play in the NFL Draft next week.