One of the most talented prospects from the East Coast has flipped his commitment from West Virginia to Michigan.

On Sunday, three-star strong-side defensive end Aaron Lewis announced his decision to decommit from West Virginia and give his verbal pledge to Michigan. The news comes just two days after Lewis took an official visit to Ann Arbor.

Lewis made his announcement via Twitter.

“Please respect my decision,” Lewis wrote on Sunday afternoon. “I am happy to say I am now committed to the University of Michigan.”

A Williamstown, New Jersey native, Lewis initially committed to the Mountaineers in April. He was impressed with his visit to Ann Arbor and now becomes the 12th player to commit in the 2020 class. At 6-foot-5, 235 pounds, Lewis brings excellent size and depth to the defensive line for the Wolverines.

Lewis was the second East Coast player to commit to Michigan this weekend. Three-star Brooklyn athlete William Mohan also pledged to the Wolverines on Sunday.

Michigan has moved up in the recruiting rankings with its two commits on Sunday. The Wolverines now sit at No. 3 in the B1G and 18th in the nation.