Just a little over a week ago, the University of Michigan had the eighth best recruiting class in the country, according to 247sports.com.
The Wolverines now have the fourth best recruiting class in the nation after getting commitments in the forms of WR Tarik Black, WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, OL Cesar Ruiz, DL Deron Irving-Bey, and now four-star OLB Jordan Anthony.
Anthony, who played high school football at Michigan pipeline IMG Academy in Brandenton, Florida, is the sixth best outside linebacker in the country, the 21st best recruit in the state of Florida and the 107th best recruit in the country.
Michigan and Oklahoma were the only schools Anthony officially visited. He visited Michigan back on Oct. 1 for the UM/Wisconsin game, and Oklahoma on Dec. 3 for the OU/Oklahoma State game.
Surprisingly during his senior campaign, Anthony was only able to get half a sack and five QB hurries, according to maxpreps.com. However, he did accumulate 79 total tackles (42 solo, 37 assisted) with five tackles for loss.