Michigan commit Eli Brooks, a 2017 three-star point guard, has signed his national letter-of-intent to join the Wolverines.
Big day for SG Bball. Eli Brooks signs his NLI. @SGASD_Athletics @SGASD_HS @umichbball pic.twitter.com/dgueQnNTSU— James (@Getty24James) November 9, 2016
The 6-foot-1, 170-pound athlete committed to Michigan on July 19, 2016.
Brooks, along with Jordan Poole, have already signed to play with Michigan. The only remaining commit from the 2017 class is Isaiah Livers, who is expected to join on Friday.
From Spring Grove High School (PA), Brooks is ranked No. 189 in the 2017 class, according to 247Sports. He is the 40th-best point guard and the No. 8 athlete in his home state of Pennsylvania.
Brooks averaged 25.0 points per game during his junior season with Spring Grove. He dished out 67 assists and buried 79 three-point jumpers, which helped the Rockets to their first league championship since 1971.