Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan recruiting class continuing to undergo changes

Michigan's recruiting class has seen some additions and subtractions lately.
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The first player who committed to Michigan during Jim Harbaugh’s ballyhooed recruiting camp tour last summer has decided to play college football somewhere else according to multiple reports. 

247sports.com reports Kiante Enis had no ill will toward the Wolverines. 

“Nothing personal,” Enis said via text message Thursday morning, “offer wasn't pulled or anything. Michigan was all in with me. And I thank them for the opportunity to play football at one of the best colleges ever.”

A running back from Winchester, Ind., Enis made an official visit to Indiana in December and plans to trek to southwestern Ohio to see Miami University this weekend. 

Another summer of 2015 commitment, Antwaine Richardson, also announced Thursday he will also not be part of the Wolverines’ class afterall. 

Richardson is a three-star defensive back from Delray Beach, Fla. 

The two decommits come one day after four-star offensive lineman Erik Swenson announced he was no longer part of Michigan’s class. 

While Swenson initially blamed unforeseen circumstances, he later told the Chicago Tribune his offer was unexpectedly pulled. 

Michigan also lost three-star defensive back Sir Patrick Scott of Upper Marlboro, Md., earlier in January, and three-star receiver Nathan Johnson of Thompson’s Station, Tenn., announced he is still deciding between Michigan, Miami (Fla.) and Notre Dame. 

The Wolverines remain in contention for several highly rated national prospects, including No. 1 Rashan Gary, a defensive tackle from New Jersey.