Michigan picks up major DL commitment from California
Michigan just earned huge commitment from the state of California.
On Thursday, 3-star defensive tackle Mason Graham committed to play for Michigan. Here’s his announcement:
COMMITTED-This is a blessing from my Lord & Savior! I would like to thank my family and all of my coaches for getting me to this point in my life. I’m extremely excited to be attending The University of Michigan! #GoBlue @CoachJim4UM @CoachNua @BiffPoggi @PlayerProMorgan pic.twitter.com/YM2picNWZp
— Mason Graham (@MasonGraham_55) September 16, 2021
Graham originally committed to Boise State on July 14, but switched over to Michigan on Thursday. Graham was in Ann Arbor for Michigan’s 31-10 win over Washington this past Saturday. Graham measures in 6-foot-4, 295 pounds from Servite High School in Anaheim, California.
According to 247Sports Composite rankings, Graham is ranked as the No. 117 defensive lineman from the class of 2022. He currently has ten total offers including Boise State, Oregon State, Army, and Fresno State.
Michigan now has 16 players in its 2022 recruiting class. The Wolverines’ class currently ranks No. 17 nationally and No. 3 in the Big Ten, according to 247Sports Composite rankings.
Prospects in the class of 2022 can officially sign with programs during the Early Signing Period in December.