Michigan's second tight end of the class is on board officially.
One of Michigan's early commits, Khalid Hill is the kind of bigger, versitile player that Al Borges seems to want to stock the roster with. Hill isn't a traditional tight end, but will instead play more of an H-back role blocking in the backfield, catching passes over the middle, and dealing in all those other Borges-ian diabolical machinations that probably involve some sort of play action.
Hill most likely redshirts as he is the smallest of the incoming TE/H-back/FB recruits. However, his skillset will probably make him a factor in the offense -- albeit in a situation role -- down the road.