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Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh got his first tight end commit of the 2019 class when Erick All announced his decision Sunday.

Wolverines add TE from Ohio; 4-star OL Danielson Ike recaps ‘great’ visit

Tolly Taylor

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Wolverines add TE from Ohio

Fairfield (Ohio) 3-star prospect Erick All became Michigan’s first 2019 tight end commit when he announced his decision on Sunday. The 3-star recruit had offers from 25 schools, and is ranked No. 22 at his position and No. 19 in Ohio, according to 247Sports composite.

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4-star OL Danielson Ike recaps ‘great’ visit to Michigan

Kansas City (Mo.) Rockhurst 2019 4-star tackle Danielson Ike picked up an offer from Michigan on May 16 and made his way to Ann Arbor for the first time on June 22. Ike added that his trip to Michigan was one of the best three visits he has had, but does not want to share the names of the other two schools.

Michigan is the latest to offer Ohio WR Quintel Kent

Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward wide receiver Quintel Kent shined last Monday at the Michigan evening camp, and on Saturday, Kent was offered by the Wolverines while on an unofficial visit to the school. The 6-foot, 170-pound prospect said Michigan has shot to the top following the offer, and he could hardly contain his excitement at hearing the Wolverines were offering him a scholarship, per 247Sports’ Bill Greene.

2019 DE Aeneas DiCosmo recaps Michigan official visit

Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic 2019 3-star weakside defensive end Aeneas DiCosmo went to Michigan for an official visit from June 21-23, fell in love and felt at home. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound defensive lineman has a top 5 of Stanford, Clemson, Notre Dame, Michigan and Northwestern, but is now down to two schools — Stanford and Michigan.

QB recruit holds Heisman during visit

Parker McQuarrie, a 6-foot-7 quarterback prospect in the Class of 2020, visited Michigan, and, during his weekend visit, he posted a photo of himself holding a Heisman Trophy. McQuarrie, a junior at John Stark High School (Weare, N.H.), is ranked as the No. 14 pro-style quarterback in his class and No. 1 player in New Hampshire.

Michigan volleyball finishes first day in Europe

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