Michigan has officially infiltrated the East Coast and has landed another top prospect out of New Jersey.

Four-star and top 10 safety Jordan Morant announced via Twitter on Sunday that he will commit to Michigan, choosing the Wolverines over two dozen offers. His decision comes shortly after taking an official visit to Ann Arbor this weekend.

Morant’s announcement was the third commitment Michigan received on Sunday, landing pledges from three-star athlete William Mohan (Brooklyn), and three-star defensive end Aaron Lewis (Williamstown, N.J.) earlier in the day.

According to 247Sports’ composite rankings, Morant is the No. 5 player out of the state of New Jersey and comes in as the No. 10 safety in the class. Overall, the safety is tabbed as the 160th-best prospect of the 2020 cycle.

A 5-foot-11, 210-pound athlete, Morant is a hard-hitting defensive back who possesses excellent speed. In addition to being one of the top secondary players in his class, he’s also been an effective special teams player in his high school career.

Morant had 26 total offers, including five additional B1G offers outside of Michigan. He had received interest from Wisconsin, Ohio State, Penn State, Nebraska and Rutgers. Outside of the B1G, Morant held offers from Alabama, LSU, Miami (FL), Duke, Clemson and Boston College.

With Morant’s commitment, Michigan now has 13 players committed in the 2020 class. The Wolverines have jumped up to No. 16 in the national rankings, and sit at No. 2 in the B1G, passing Penn State.