Michigan football adds commitment No. 17 in 2024
Michigan football continues to add to its No. 1 class in the 2024 recruiting cycle.
Entering Friday with 16 pledges, the Wolverines hoped to make it 17 by the end of day. Well, mission accomplished.
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 is 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 ranked No. 597 in the country per the 247Sports composite, Sullivan has high-profile offers.
On Friday, he committed to Michigan over Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Stanford and Duke.
BREAKING: Class of 2024 LB Cole Sullivan has Committed to Michigan!
The 6’4 200 LB from Pittsburgh, PA chose the Wolverines over Notre Dame, Wisconsin, & others.
Sullivan is the 3rd LB commit in Michigan’s ‘24 Class 〽️https://t.co/VWUXoayZrG pic.twitter.com/1qFq2E8dZX
— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) May 12, 2023
At No. 597 overall, he’s the third-lowest ranked pledge for the Wolverines this cycle.
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