Two more recruits have decided to play college football in Ann Arbor.

On Monday, Michigan received to more commitments to its 2020 class, as a pair of three-star talents gave their verbal pledges. Massachusetts athlete Eamonn Dennis and offensive tackle Jeffrey Persi both made their announcements this week.

Dennis is a three-star athlete, ranked as the No. 4 player out of Massachusetts and is listed as the No. 34 athlete in the class. He had several offers from Power Five programs, including Georgia Tech, Iowa, Purdue, Ole Miss, Syracuse, Rutgers and Mississippi State.

Nationally, Dennis ranks inside the top 500 prospects in the 2020 class.

The Wolverines also received a late commitment from the 6-foot-7, 265-pound Persi, a native of San Juan Capistrano, California. Persi is ranked as the No. 36 player out of California and is the No. 35 offensive tackle in the cycle.

Persi held over two dozen offers from teams across the country. He picked Michigan over UCLA, Oklahoma, Arizona, Arizona State and Boston College. He also held offers from a handful of B1G programs, including Nebraska, Purdue, Northwestern and Indiana.

With the two commitments from Dennis and Persi, Michigan now has 16 players committed in the 2020 class. The Wolverines rank ninth nationally and second in the B1G.