Michigan lands 14th commitment for 2023 with pickup of TE out of California
Michigan football is working on rounding out its 2023 recruiting class, and the Wolverines picked up a commitment on Saturday.
The player is Zack Marshall, a 6-foot-4 and 220 lb. tight end out of Carlsbad, California. Marshall has generated Power 5 offers from Utah, Arizona and California before committing to the Wolverines.
“I also want to thank all the coaches that have given me an opportunity to play at the next level,” wrote Marshall. “It’s always been my dream to play D1 football…With that being said, I am excited, and blessed to announce that for the next 3-5 years I will be attending THE University of MICHIGAN!”
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— Zack Marshall (@TheZackMarsh) August 13, 2022
Marshall becomes Michigan’s 14th commitment for the class of 2023 with that group ranked 29th nationally by the team recruiting rankings prior to Marshall’s commitment. That group has been on the rise for Jim Harbaugh and should only continue to climb throughout the summer and fall.