Michigan football offers elite 2025 RB from a familiar high school in Georgia

Back in 2016, Michigan football made huge headlines across the college football landscape, having accepted two verbal commitments from Leesburg (Ga.) Lee County.

Only one would stick (albeit just for just one year) in former five-star defensive tackle Aubrey Solomon, who ended up transferring to Tennessee. Linebacker Otis Reese kept with his commitment until signing day in 2018, when he flipped to Georgia before eventually transferring to Ole Miss.

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Now the Wolverines are hoping to bring another player from Lee County, Georgia into the fold. Rated a four-star and the No. 50 player in the country, regardless of position, according to the 247Sports Composite, running back Ousmane Kromah announced on Twitter that he now has an offer from Michigan football.

Naturally, hailing from a big-time high school in SEC territory means he already has offers from some of the biggest schools in the country, including Alabama, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State, and Tennessee. But with the Wolverines featuring the running back position more than most, the maize and blue could get into the race — especially since he’s still a high school sophomore about to become a junior.

Kromah is already at 6-foot-2, 210-pounds, even at his age. Check out his highlights below:



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