Michigan football has secured their 10th commitment of the 2015 class in the form of wide receiver Grant Perry (Bloomfield Hills, Michigan), who decommitted from Northwestern on Monday via Twitter.
On Tuesday, Perry made the news of his commitment official.
Perry committed to Northwestern back in December, though throughout the cycle it has felt like he was an instant-commit candidate if he were offered, which looks like it went down Sunday night, per his Twitter account.
He is a three-star prospect and the 110th-ranked wide receiver in the 2015 class, according to the 247 Composite. Rankings aside, he is a fantastic route runner and one of the sleepers in the class.
Perry has been a name that many local fans are familiar with as having played with four-star quarterback commit Alex Malzone at Brother Rice High School, where both set records this past season. He had contact with Michigan throughout the process, but it never materialized into an offer.
In his senior season at Brother Rice, Perry had 105 catches for 1727 and 20 touchdowns.
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