Aaron Alexander decommits from Michigan football

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Michigan football signed 23 prospects on Wednesday, but there were questions as to why it wasn’t 24.

The Wolverines long held a commitment from Belleville (Mich.) three-star linebacker Aaron Alexander, but when early signing day came around, his national letter of intent never came in. In the aftermath, there have been mixed messages about who moved on from whom, but clearly both sides are now moving on, officially.

On Thursday, Alexander tweeted that he is reopening his recruitment while thanking the Michigan coaching staff for giving him an opportunity to begin with. With national signing day still approaching in February, we’ll see where the former Wolverines pledge ends up.


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Assuredly, we’ll get more clarity as to what happened in relative short order as it pertains to this parting of ways.

Without Alexander in the fold, Michigan football is still ranked eighth in the 247Sports team rankings.


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