4-star safety and former Michigan commit opts to re-open recruitment
Michigan’s 2022 recruiting class has taken a bit of a hit.
Four-star safety and IMG Academy standout Myles Rowser has decided to decommit from Michigan and re-open his recruiting. He had initially given a verbal pledge to the Wolverines in January but has chosen to reconsider his options. He is the younger brother of Andre Seldon, who is a four-star cornerback in UM’s 2020 class.
Rowser was one of two players committed to Michigan’s 2022 class. Now the Wolverines are down to one member for that cycle, four-star athlete Alex Van Sumeren.
“I have fully opened my recruitment, but I am still very interested in Michigan,” Rowser told Rivals.com. “Nothing really changed. I still love the coaches there, I love how they run the defense. My brother is at Michigan now, so he can tell me more stuff about Michigan and it just boosted my interest.”
Per 247Sports, Rowser is a 6-foot-1, 185-pound safety who is spending his high school career at IMG Academy. He’s ranked as the No. 11 safety in the 2022 class, the No. 18 player out of Florida and is the No. 138 talent overall for his cycle.
Rowser has several big-time programs to consider. While Michigan is still on the table, he’s also received offers from Florida, Florida State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Penn State, Tennessee and West Virginia, among others.