Taylor Currie announces decommitment from Michigan
Written by Matt Pargoff   

 

Just a week removed from adding a big man to the 2018 recruiting class, the Wolverines lost one, with 6-foot-8 Clarkston forward Taylor Currie announcing an end to his verbal pledge to the Maize and Blue.

“After careful consideration and discussing it with my family, I have decided to de-commit from the University of Michigan and re-open my recruitment,” Currie said on Twitter. “In June, I committed to the University of Michigan because I grew up with a love for the school. However, since my commitment, I have learned more about the recruiting process and what factors should play into a decision.”

Currie was originally set to graduate in 2019, but moved up into the 2018 class during the summer months. In announcing his decommitment from the Wolverines, he stated that he is exploring his options for both classes.

Prior to his pledge, Currie also looked at Michigan State, Wisconsin, Florida, Iowa and others.

The Wolverines now sit at three commitments for the 2018 class, in forwards Ignas Brazdeikis and Brandon Johns, and point guard David DeJulius.


 

 
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