Wolverines grab pledge from quarterback Kevin Doyle
Written by Matt Pargoff   

Michigan’s 2018 recruiting class got a bit of a surprise development on Sunday, adding a second quarterback to a class that is already low on available scholarships. Washington (D.C.) St. John's College signal caller Kevin Doyle announced his plans join the Wolverines, becoming the 14th prospect to declare his intentions.

“I am blessed and excited to say I have committed to the University of Michigan!,” Doyle announced on Twitter. “Thank you to everyone who helped get me here. #GoBlue”

Standing in at 6-4, 210 pounds, Doyle is rated as a four-star prospect by ESPN, garnering a three-star ranking from Rivals, 247 Sports and Scout.

He selected Michigan over a solid list of scholarship offers, which included Ole Miss, Michigan State, Nebraska, Iowa, Pitt and several others.

He joins Orlando (Fla.) Olympia star Joe Milton, who announced in May, at the quarterback position for the 2018 class.

Photo via St. John's College Assistant Athletic Director Pat Ward


 

 
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