Another one: Michigan flips second DT on National Signing Day, this time from Pac-12 program
Michigan has been busy flipping recruits this morning as they just secured another one, this time from Colorado.
It was reported by EJ Holland, who’s the Michigan Recruiting Insider for Rivals and The Wolverine:
Another flip! Texas DT Ike Iwunnah (@Ikeiwunnah) has flipped from Colorado to Michigan on National Signing Day.
— "EJ Holland" 💎🤲🏼 (@EJHolland_TW) February 3, 2021
As the tweet says, Iwunnah’s a four-star defensive lineman from Texas. In the story, Iwunnah his decision to flip to the Wolverines and said:
“The reason why I made the decision to pick Michigan was the opportunity,” Iwunnah said. “It had more resources and opportunities for me to get better as a man and as a student athlete. Colorado was good, too. But everything Michigan showed me was great. It fit.”
His Rivals rating is 5.5 and he had interested from 13 different programs, including Michigan and Colorado. Some of the other programs that were interested included: Baylor, Boise State, Boston College, Kansas, Texas, Missouri, etc.
He’ll have the chance to most likely play right away. Before this flip, Michigan flipped Rayshaun Benny from rival Michigan State earlier this morning.