Las Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman running back Micah Ka’apana committed to Michigan (LINK).
Charlotte (NC) West linebacker Jaden Smith committed to Michigan (LINK).
Chicago (IL) Kenwood wide receiver I’Marion Stewart committed to Michigan (LINK).
ADDED TO THE BOARD
LaGrange (GA) Troup County linebacker Qua Birdsong (4-star, #27 LB, #310 overall) decommitted from Cincinnati after about two months. He took an official visit to North Carolina State over the weekend.
Philadelphia (PA) Roman Catholic wide receiver Tyseer Denmark (4-star, #33 WR, #227 overall) decommitted from Oregon, and crystal balls started flying in for him to commit to the Penn State Nittany Lions.
OFF THE BOARD
Chattanooga (TN) Bradley Central athlete Boo Carter (4-star, #17 ATH, #207 overall) committed to Tennessee. He had officially visited Michigan and is a 7-on-7 teammate of Michigan safety commit Jacob Oden, so there was an opportunity for the Wolverines to land his commitment, but ultimately, he decided to stay home.
Olney (MD) Good Counsel linebacker Aaron Chiles (4-star, #6 LB, #80 overall) committed to Florida. Chiles was considered to be a strong Michigan lean and almost committed on his unofficial visit this spring. He was scheduled to take an official visit to Ann Arbor next week, but he pulled the trigger in Gainesville this past weekend, which was a big weekend for the Gators as they landed four 4-star commitments on Saturday.
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Nashville (TN) CPA cornerback Ondre Evans (4-star, #20 CB, #252 overall) committed to LSU. He had taken an official visit to Michigan the weekend before.
Sacramento (CA) Grant Union safety Kingston Lopa (4-star, #33 S, #359 overall) committed to Oregon. He had previously been committed to Arizona, and there were intimations that Michigan would be hot on his trail after the decommitment, but things never really materialized there.
Southfield (MI) Southfield cornerback Jalen Todd (3-star, #47 CB, #487 overall) committed to Kansas. Despite being a local prospect with an offer, Michigan never really seemed to pursue him very hard.
La Grange (IL) Lyons defensive tackle Eddie Tuerk (4-star, #48 DL, #487 overall) committed to Illinois. Tuerk took numerous unofficial visits to Michigan, but things seemed to peter out in recent months as the Wolverine zeroed in on other prospects, like Deyvid Palepale and Jerod Smith.
Here’s a list of visitors from this past weekend (LINK).
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