Kevin Doyle decommits from Michigan
Written by Matt Pargoff   

The Wolverines will sign the remainder of their 2018 recruiting class on Wednesday, but quarterback Kevin Doyle will not be part of the group. The Washington (D.C.) St. John's signal caller announced on Twitter Sunday that he was decommitting from Michigan after more than four months as part of the class.

The Wolverines have at least one other quarterback slated to be a freshman in the fall, with Joe Milton standing out as one of the headliners in the class. Regarded as a four-star prospect, Milton committed to Michigan in May and has already enrolled in classes, allowing him to participate in spring practice.

The Maize and Blue also recently got a pledge from Valdosta (Ga.) Lowndes athlete Michael Barrett, who plays quarterback at the high school level, and was recruited by schools for both that position and as a running back.


 

 
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