Michigan football 2024 linebacker target set to announce Friday

Michigan football already has 16 commitments in 2024, including two linebackers: Nashville (Tennessee) Ensworth four-star Mason Curtis and South Park (Pennsylvania) three-star Zach Ludwig.

Could the Wolverines add a third on Friday evening?

Though the maize and blue are strongly in the sweepstakes for Olney (Maryland) Good Counsel four-star Aaron Chiles — they likely lead for his services — Michigan has been looking to add a linebacker from Pennsylvania.

2024 Pittsburgh Central Catholic three-star linebacker Cole Sullivan has been a priority for the Wolverines. Despite being 597th overall in the 247Sports composite, Sullivan has high-profile offers. He plans to announce his college commitment on Friday at 7:30 p.m. EDT, choosing among Michigan, Wisconsin, Duke and Stanford.

He has offers from Notre Dame, Penn State, Miami, Michigan State and others.

The timing of this is interesting. Chiles recently announced his top group, and Sullivan is set to visit Notre Dame on June 9 for an official visit.

There are four 247Sports crystal ball predictions for Sullivan, all indicating he’ll end up in Ann Arbor.


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Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire