On Saturday, while Michigan was taking on the Maryland Terrapins, Mike Weber took to twitter to announce that he was decommiting from the University of Michigan.
The hits just keep coming. Within a span of five minutes on Saturday, Michigan had lost the lead against Maryland, and lost their second highest rated commit in 2015. With Michigan losing Weber, they no longer have a running back committed to their class, and it looks as if the possibility of not taking one could be very real.
I'm decommiting from the university of Michigan thank you Michigan for the love and support I'll remake my decision at the army bowl
— Mikey (@mikeweber25) November 22, 2014
Weber, who is ranked as the #148 best prospect according to 24/7, becomes the sixth member to decommit from the 2015 class joining; Garrett Taylor, Darian Roseboro, Shaun Crawford, Damien Harris, George Campbell, and Darrin Kirkland Jr. As of right now, I believe USC, Ohio State, and Michigan State could all be in the running to land the talented 4* prospect. However, according to ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren, Michigan could still have a chance at regaining Weber’s commitment.
Since decommiting on Saturday, Mike has also received scholarship offers from Notre Dame and Georgia.