Michigan lands commitment from legacy WR out of North Carolina
Michigan added a major piece to its 2024 recruiting class on Sunday afternoon.
The Wolverines won a hotly-contested recruitment by landing a pledge from 3-star receiver Channing Goodwin. His father, Jonathan Goodwin, played offensive line for Michigan from 1998-2001.
He made his announcement in a ceremony on Sunday.
BREAKING: Class of 2024 WR Channing Goodwin has Committed to Michigan!
The 6’1 180 WR from Charlotte, NC chose the Wolverines over South Carolina, UNC, & NC State.
His father, Jonathan, played OL for Michigan & in the NFL 〽️
“The entire coaching staff made it clear to me that… pic.twitter.com/jMffXxCJnZ
— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) May 7, 2023
Goodwin is a big pickup for the Wolverines in this class. He’s the No. 511 overall player and the No. 72 receiver in the country, per 247Sports Composite rankings. He’s also the No. 15 player from the state of North Carolina.
He attends Providence Day School in Charlotte, North Carolina. He’s listed at 6-foot-1, 180 pounds. Goodwin is the 1st receiver to join Michigan’s 2024 recruiting class.
Michigan is now up to 15 commitments in the class of 2024. The group ranks No. 1 nationally, per 247Sports Composite rankings.
He chose Michigan over programs like North Carolina, South Carolina and NC State, amongst others. Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest were also amongst Goodwin’s finalists.
Here are some highlights from his junior season: