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Recruiting Roundup: Michigan Football Adds Three More Commits

When Brady Hoke took over as head coach of Michigan football, the recruiting class he inherited was a mess. Players were decommitting left and right or dropping the Wolverines from their list of possible landing spots, giving Hoke quite the task of rebuilding the class with only three weeks until signing day.

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We are now just four days away from national signing day, and although a lot can happen from now until Wednesday, I would say Hoke has accomplished his mission of rebuilding Michigan's recruiting class. In his first full week on the job, Hoke secured a total of four commitments, and this week, he is up to three commits so far (see below) with the final recruiting weekend for the 2011 class just getting underway.

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  • Ohio linebacker Antonio Poole committed to Michigan on Tuesday. He is a four-star recruit on Scout and has three stars on both ESPN and Rivals. He just received an offer from Michigan last week, and it didn't take him too long to decide to join the Wolverines' recruiting class.
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  • Texas quarterback Russell Bellomy also committed to Michigan on Tuesday. He was originally a Purdue commit, but he changed to the Wolverines to become Michigan's only quarterback in this recruiting class. Rivals, Scout and ESPN all rate him as a three-star recruit.
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  • Illinois offensive lineman Chris Bryant is the most recent commit. He announced his decision to commit to Michigan on Friday night, becoming the Wolverines' 17th commit for 2011. He is a four-star recruit on Rivals and has three stars on Scout and ESPN.
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