Chuck Filiaga was Michigan’s top remaining offensive lineman target.
As a result, the Wolverines didn’t miss out.
The four-star offensive tackle announced his commitment to Michigan on Saturday at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Filiaga picked the Wolverines instead of the likes of Nebraska and Oklahoma.
The 6-6, 335-pound Aledo, Texas recruit is the No. 14 offensive tackle and the No. 98 player overall in the 2017 class. Filiaga moved to Texas for his senior year after spending three years in California.
Filiaga is the sixth recruit in the 247sports composite rankings to give his verbal pledge to the Wolverines. He was Michigan’s fourth four-star offensive lineman.
The Wolverines are currently ranked No. 2 in the B1G and No. 4 in the 247sports class rankings.
Michigan now has 27 kids committed to its 2017 class.