Rashad Weaver became a household name on Monday.

When he revealed why he decommitted from Michigan, he became the story of the night in college football. He, like Erik Swenson, was not guaranteed by the Michigan coaching staff that he’d have a scholarship available for him on National Signing Day despite the fact that he’d been committed for seven months.

The three-star defensive lineman sparked criticism directed at Jim Harbaugh for again giving a committed recruit the short end of the stick. Naturally, Weaver heard a lot of that criticism.

But he did take the time late on Monday night to say that he wasn’t bitter about Harbaugh’s decision and that he didn’t deserve the blame he was getting.

Weaver, unlike Swenson, actually got to hear from Harbaugh about the decision. He called it “business.”

The criticism was largely based on the timing. A coach not guaranteeing a scholarship to a committed player a week away from National Signing Day puts him in an awkward spot. At best, he can take one more official visit before making a decision on his future.

Lucky for Weaver, plenty of schools heard about his situation and they came running.

And again on Tuesday morning…

Weaver tweeted that nobody should “feel bad for him.” Some still will for how he was treated at Michigan, but at least the kid doesn’t appear to be out of options like some worried.