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Michigan lands quarterback for Class of 2020

On Wednesday, the University of Michigan offered a scholarship to 2020 3-star quarterback, Dan Villari and on the same day, Villari signed with the Wolverines.

Here is the bio via Michigan:

Prep
• Attended Plainedge High School (2020) coached by Rob Shaver
• Led the Red Devils to a 12-0 record and the Long Island Class III state championship, the school’s first
• Helped Plainedge win the Rutgers Award as the top team in its league
• Key reason Plainedge won consecutive Nassau III league titles in 2018-19
• Went 23-1 as a starter in his career, state championship game MVP

Key Statistics
• As a senior, passed for 1,306 yards and 13 scores with just one interception and rushed for 1,522 yards with 25 touchdowns
• Threw for two touchdowns and added 144 rushing yards with four touchdowns in Plainedge’s 56-20 win in the Class III championship game
• Passed for over 1,100 yards with 12 touchdowns and ran for 1,104 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2018

Honors and Rankings
• Three-star prospect according to 247Sports, ranked as the No. 40 pro-style quarterback and the No. 14 player in New York state
• 2019 Elite 11 Regional participant
• First-team All-State and All-Long Island selection
• Received the 78th Annual Thorpe Award from the Nassau County High School Football Coaches Association as the top player in Nassau County
• Also won the Don Snyder Award as the top quarterback and MVP for Conference III

Personal
• Daniel Hunter Villari was born June 29, 2002
• Son of Tim and Maria Villari

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