Two players committed to Michigan football on Friday, including another California native.
Los Angeles County linebacker Kevonte Henry and Canadian offensive tackle Alessandro Lorenzetti announced their decisions on Twitter.
Henry, a three-star recruit in 247 Sports’ composite rankings, held offers from multiple Pac-12 schools, including USC, Oregon and Arizona State. Among the Power Five schools that pursued the 6-foot-6, 285-pound Lorenzetti were Michigan State, Georgia and Penn State.
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Henry and Lorenzetti become the 11th and 12th players to join Michigan’s 2022 class, which has added five prospects since Saturday. Henry’s commitment came on the heels of Jayden Denegal, a four-star quarterback from Apple Valley, California, delivering a verbal pledge Wednesday.
The Wolverines appear to be actively recruiting the West Coast after former Michigan offensive lineman Courtney Morgan, a Los Angeles native, was hired as director of player personnel in April.
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Henry, listed at 6 feet 4 and 225 pounds, made an official visit to Michigan earlier in June. He is the No. 833 prospect in the nation, according to the 247 Sports composite rankings. Lorenzetti, a three-star recruit who plays at the Loomis Chaffee School in Connecticut, is not ranked by the website.
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