Michigan’s day started by losing a four-star skill player. The Wolverines lost a commitment from A.J. Dillon, who flipped to Boston College.

But hours later, the Wolverines evened things out.

Four-star Tarik Black announced on Wednesday afternoon that he’s coming to Ann Arbor in 2017. The U.S. Army All-American picked the Wolverines instead of the likes of Auburn, Alabama, Stanford and others.

Black is the No. 1 player in Connecticut, the No. 17 wide receiver and the No. 124 player overall in the 2017 class. He’s Michigan’s fourth-highest player in its 2017 class and 21st commitment overall.

With Black’s commitment, Michigan is now up to No. 7 in the 247sports 2017 class rankings.

The Wolverines could be getting more big recruiting news this week. The No. 1 receiver in the 2017 class, Donovan Peoples-Jones, is deciding between Michigan and others on Thursday night.

Michigan could also get commitments from five-star offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson (Friday) and four-star center Cesar Ruiz (Monday).