Not much is going well for Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly these days. His team is 2-5, he fired his defensive coordinator and he threw players under the bus.

And more recently, an ex-recruit threw him under the bus.

Four-star defensive lineman Donovan Jeter de-committed from Notre Dame last Tuesday. He then went on an official visit to Michigan on Saturday and committed to the Wolverines on Sunday.

Why did he make the switch? Well, apparently Kelly and Jim Harbaugh made different impressions on him.

“(Harbaugh) doesn’t act like he’s important,” Jeter to the Post-Gazette. “He’s real down to earth and humble. He’s easy to talk to. Talking to Brian Kelly wasn’t fun. It wasn’t cool. You have to make an appointment just to go to his office. Coach Harbaugh has an open-door policy. Every one of Michigan’s coaches has an open-door policy.”

That’s quite the statement.

But Jeter backed up on those harsh words.

While Jeter backed up his criticism of Kelly, he still had some high praise for Harbaugh and his program. Besides the coaches, he also flipped because Michigan was undefeated and Notre Dame was 2-5.

Jeter is the No. 11 strong-side defensive end in the 2017 class, according to the 247sports composite. He was Michigan’s 17th verbal commitment in its ninth-ranked class.