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On Friday, Michigan football added one international prospect. The trend continued into Saturday. Friday saw the pledge of 2023 French edge rusher Aymeric Koumba. Saturday’s addition came courtesy of the 2024 class — and from a familiar high school.
Hailing from Wallingford (Conn.) Choate Rosemary — the school that produced current Michigan offensive tackle Tristan Bounds — 2024 defensive lineman Manuel Beigel is already 6-foot-5, 282-pounds. He was offered by Michigan defensive line coach Mike Elston on June 21, along with Central Michigan — which comprise his two offers. On Saturday, Beigel admitted he’s seen all he’s needed to see, announcing his commitment to the Wolverines via Twitter.
I am 100% committed to @UMichFootball. Thank you to everyone who supported me with my dreams coming from Germany to the USA. @CoachMikeElston @CoachJim4UM @BCollierPPI @PPIRecruits @coach_spinnato @CoachPaulAlex pic.twitter.com/yOt96LpT7m
— Manuel Beigel (@ManuBeigel) July 16, 2022
As noted, Beigel is originally from Germany — much like current Michigan defensive tackle Julius Welschof. As of current, Beigel is unrated by the recruiting services.