It’s official: 4-star defensive back Jalen Perry has committed to the University of Michigan. Perry took to Twitter today to announce that he was joining the Wolverines after returning to Ann Arbor for his second visit this weekend.
— Jalen Perry (@JalenPerry03) November 19, 2018
Jalen Perry tweeted out the following statement:
Perry was originally committed to the University of Georgia, however, he de-committed from the Bulldogs back on October 4th. The 6-foot-1, 188-pound defensive back turned down offers from multiple other schools including South Carolina and Florida. Perry is from Dacula, Georgia and is ranked No. 171 in the nation, No. 19 at cornerback, and No. 22 in Georgia, according to 247Sports Composite.
Perry is the 26th member of Michigan’s 2019 class, which includes five-star safety Daxton Hill, three-star cornerback DJ Turner II, three-star safety Quinten Johnson, three-star cornerback Mike Sainristil, and three-star safety Joey Velazuez.
It’ll be interesting to see how defensive coordinator Don Brown is able to utilize all this incoming young talent within Michigan’s secondary, which is already one of the best in the country.
5-Star WR Kyle Ford includes Michigan in his ‘Top 5’
With Donovan Peoples-Jones, Tarik Black, and Nico Collins lining up at wide receiver, the University of Michiganfootball program is sitting pretty.
But that does not mean they would not welcome even more talent if the opportunity presented itself.
On Sunday night, 5-star wide receiver Kyle Ford revealed his ‘Top 5’ list and the Wolverines made the cut along with Colorado, USC, Oregon, and Washington.
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