Last week, 4-star recruit Donovan Jeter decommitted from Notre Dame.
Over the weekend, he visited Michigan for the game against Illinois. Judging by his Instagram post, Jeter really enjoyed his visit. Does this make Michigan more of a possible landing spot?
In a post he also shared on Twitter, Jeter said: “If I was a soldier I wouldn’t want anyone else leading me in to war but coach harbaugh.”
Jeter saw Michigan rout Illinois, 41-8, and move to No. 2 in the nation in both the AP and Coaches Poll thanks to Ohio State’s loss to Penn State.
When Jeter announced his decommitment, he said Notre Dame was still his top school. Even if that’s the case, it seems Michigan is gaining momentum.
After praying and thinking about it I've decided to decommit from Norte dame but they are still my top school. I am opening my recruitment ?
— Donovan Jeter (@__5god__) October 18, 2016
Jeter, from Beaver Falls, Pa., is a 6-foot-5, 250-pound senior. He’s ranked No. 8 in Pennsylvania and No. 11 in his position by 247 Sports’ Composite.