Michigan picked up its 13th commitment of the 2022 cycle on Sunday when 3-star tight end Colston Loveland announced his pledge to the Wolverines.

He made that announcement on Twitter:

According to 247Sports Composite rankings, Loveland is the No. 30 tight end and the No. 588 overall player for the class of 2022. He had offers from Arizona, Arizona State, LSU and Colorado, amongst others.

He’s currently listed at 6-foot-5, 230 pounds and attends Gooding High School in Gooding, Idaho. He’s also the No. 1 overall player in the state of Idaho.

Per 247Sports Composite rankings, Michigan now has the No. 12 class in the country and the No. 4 class in the Big Ten. Both Ohio State and Penn State currently own top three classes nation-wide.

Michigan now has commitments from nine different states so far in 2021. Michigan (4) and California (2) are the only states where the Wolverines have doubled up so far.

The class is led by 5-star safety Will Johnson, who has been committed to Michigan since February.

Prospects in the class of 2022 can officially sign with schools in December during the Early Signing Period.