Michigan satellite tour yields second under-the-radar recruit
On Friday, Michigan picked up its fourth verbal commitment since the start of Jim Harbaugh's satellite camp tour began, this time a defensive back from Del Ray Beach (Fla.) Atlantic.
Antwaine Richardson joins Dytarious Johnson, a linebacker from Prattville, Alabama, as under-the-radar recruits to jump on board since the satellite camp tour began in Indiana on Jun 4. Neither is yet rated by Scout.com.
They join Kiante Enis, a three-star athlete prospect, and Chris Evans, a four-star running back, as players to give their pledges during the satellite camp tour that took Harbaugh and his staff from Indiana and California as well as Florida and Alabama among other stops.
Overall, Michigan has 11 verbal commitments so far for the 2016 class.
Officially committed to the university of Michigan! 〽️ pic.twitter.com/0UJLkQAt2V— Antwaine Richardson (@Antwaine_09) June 12, 2015