ESPN 300 receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones has committed to Michigan.Peoples-Jones, the No. 27-ranked prospect in the country, chose the Wolverines over?Ohio State?and Florida State?on Thursday.They met what Im looking for in a school, Peoples-Jones said. No. 1 is academics, two is to play with the best, whether thats the best coaches, players or quarterbacks. And No. 3 is that I want to be in a comfortable environment that I know I can succeed in.Peoples-Jones gives Michigan its first commitment from the top-ranked prospect in the state of Michigan since 2013, when cornerback Jourdan Lewis chose the Wolverines. He also gives the coaching staff six commitments from the seven ESPN 300 in-state prospects.The decision to choose Michigan over Ohio State and Florida State was seemingly difficult for the 6-foot-3 receiver, who said it came down to the wire when making the final choice. The Seminoles had a need for receivers in the future, and the Buckeyes gave him his first scholarship offer.Peoples-Jones, who is interested in pursuing a career in the medical field, also felt as though all three schools offered great medical programs that would help him succeed. He felt as though each school had its positives and that he could find success no matter where he went.Michigan won out, though, and are now getting a dynamic athlete who could see early playing time in his freshman season.Michigan needs receivers because they have two senior receivers leaving this year, and theyre going to need someone to fill that spot, Peoples-Jones said. They said I can come in and be a playmaker early. I know Jim Harbaugh is a very good coach and the staff has a lot of NFL coaches on it, so I know I can succeed.The commitment gives the Wolverines 12 ESPN 300 commitments and 21 total commits, adding to the No. 6-ranked recruiting class nationally. Ultra Boost Clima NZ . 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The stretch of winnable games -- which includes Auburn, BYU, Kentucky and Samford -- starts with a home matchup against the Tigers (3-2, 1-1) on Saturday.Even with the friendly schedule, the Bulldogs probably will have to play much better in October than they did in September.Coach Dan Mullen used part of the teams bye week to try to find places where the Bulldogs can improve.His takeaway: Most of the work needs to be done between his players ears.Its execution and playing with confidence, Mullen said. There are a lot more plays out there to be made than were making. But I think a lot of that comes with confidence and experience and being out there. Games always happen a little faster for young guys.If Mississippi State cant win at least three of its four October games, its hard to imagine the program making a run at the postseason because of an extremely difficult November that includes games against Alabama, Arkansas, Texas A&M and Mississippi. All four teams are currently in the national rankings.The Bulldogs have shown reasons for both optimism and concern so far this season.Sophomore quarterback Nick Fitzgerald has had two impressive games in Mississippi States wins, including 305 yards passing and 110 yards rushing in the 47-35 victory over UMass on Sept. 24.The problem is, if Fitzgerald doesnt put up huge numbers, the Bulldogs dont win. He struggled in losses to Soouth Alabama and LSU, getting replaced by backup Damian Williams by the end of the game.ddddddddddddTheres no obvious answer for who can step up and help carry the offensive load -- especially when it comes to the running game.Fitzgerald leads the team with 329 yards rushing. The teams three main running backs -- Brandon Holloway, Ashton Shumpert and Aeris Williams -- have combined for 391 yards on the ground.The 5-foot-8, 165-pound Holloway is the teams speedy back while Williams and Shumpert are the power options. All of them have had good moments, but none seems capable of being a full-time option.Mullen doesnt see that as a problem.All of the backs run with a little different style, Mullen said. So even when youre running the same play, they hit it a little differently. So it does give you some different options.Then theres the defense, which looked a little shaky in giving up four passing touchdowns and 35 points to UMass.Mississippi States pass defense ranks just 11th out of 14 league teams, giving up 245.5 yards per game. Thats despite games against LSU and South Carolina, which rely heavily on the running game.Mullen hopes that the imminent return of senior cornerback Cedric Jiles (broken arm) and senior defensive lineman Will Coleman (back surgery) can help stabilize things and provide depth. Both have been out all year with injuries.Itll be good to see some veteran bodies out there, Mullen said.---Follow David Brandt on Twitter: www.twitter.com/davidbrandtAP . 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