Three days after de-committing from Michigan, Kai-Leon Herbert has chosen a new home.
The 4-star offensive tackle from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. announced Wednesday on Twitter that he had committed to the University of Miami.
Blessed beyond measure to announce that I HAVE OFFICIALLY COMMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI??????‼️ God got us from here on out . pic.twitter.com/CxW6OqzDUH
— Kai-Leon Herbert (@KHerb17) January 26, 2017
Herbert initially committed to Michigan back in July, then de-committed Sunday after visiting the Hurricanes.
“Things just went south,” Herbert told Land of 10 on Sunday. “There were some other factors … it just wasn’t good.”
Herbert is the No. 28 offensive tackle in the Class of 2017, according to 247 Sports.
Even without Herbert, Michigan’s 2017 class ranks No. 4 nationally, per 247. The Wolverines have three committed tackles: 4-star prospect Chuck Filiaga and 3-star prospects Andrew Stueber and Joel Honigford.