Te’Cory Couch flips commit to Michigan
Written by Matt Pargoff   

The Wolverines were forced to cancel their annual spring game this weekend due to concerns over the weather, but that development did not deter recruits from coming out to see the program as planned. One that made the trip was Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna Prep cornerback Te’Cory Couch, who entered the visit as a verbal commitment to Tennessee, but left it pledged to the Maize and Blue.

Originally announcing for the Vols in the summer before his junior year, Couch continued to look around, taking trips to Miami and now Michigan. He broke the news of the change altering his Twitter bio information, later confirming with numerous sources that he had flipped his commitment.

There’s still a bit of debate about Couch’s exact size, with sources listing him at anywhere from 5-foot-9.5 to 6-foot-1, and weight that ranges from 148 to 165 pounds. Despite that disagreement, he is well regarded, carrying a four-star ranking on Rivals and 247 Sports, while earning three stars from ESPN.

Couch is the eighth player to announce for the Wolverines’ 2019 recruiting class and the first defensive back in the group.

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