Jordan Elliott Decommits From Michigan
According to multiple reports, Houston Westside three-star defensive tackle Jordan Elliott has decommitted from Michigan.
The 6-5, 300-pound Elliott picked Michigan at the tail end of an official visit to campus for the Wolverines' Nov. 28 loss to Ohio State, and consistently maintained that his pledge was solid.
However, the No. 32 defensive tackle nationally and No. 49 senior in Texas began to waver just over a week ago, and took an official visit to Texas over the weekend.
He is likely to end up a Longhorn, and Michigan clearly saw that this change was coming. They pre-emptively picked up a pledge from another defensive tackle, Wayne (N.J.) DePaul Catholic three-star Michael Dwumfour, Monday.
The Wolverines are down to 25 total commitments in the 2016 class, and the group remains No. 4 nationally, behind Ohio State, LSU, and Ole Miss.