Just before a successful recruiting weekend came to an end in Ann Arbor, Michigan was able to lock down one more commitment, this time from a talented offensive lineman out of Colorado.

Late Sunday night, three-star offensive center Reece Atteberry verbally committed to the Wolverines, becoming the fourth player of the day to give his pledge. He chose Michigan over two dozen programs that offered, including five other B1G schools.

“I’ve been waiting to say this ever since I was 6 years old but without further ado…I am proud to announce that I am committed to play football at the University of Michigan,” Atteberry wrote on Twitter.

Michigan has made a tremendous climb in the recruiting rankings after Sunday, jumping 10 spots to No. 13 in the national picture. The Wolverines currently have the second-best class in the B1G, behind only Ohio State.

Atteberry held two dozen offers, including six from B1G schools. He committed to Michigan over Ohio State, Penn State, Nebraska, Purdue and Iowa.

Per 247Sports’ composite rankings, Atteberry is one of the top 10 players at the center position in 2020, coming in at No. 8. A native of Aurora, Colorado, he’s also the seventh-best player out of his home state.

Overall, Atteberry is ranked No. 403 in the 2020 class. At 6-foot-5, 280 pounds, he adds tremendous size and skill to Michigan’s offensive line.