Class of 2017 four-star tight end and defensive end Josh Falo has included Michigan in his Top 10, which he released on Wednesday night.
Falo, who attends Inderkum High School in California, listed Alabama, Auburn, Colorado, Oregon, Miami (FL), Michigan, Nebraska, Texas A&M, UCLA and USC. Michigan, led by coach Jim Harbaugh, held a satellite camp at Inderkum High School in June and Falo was watching from the sidelines.
The 6-foot-5, 225-pound tight end has offers to play for Alabama, Michigan, Oregon, Texas A&M, USC, Auburn, Colorado, Miami (FL), Nebraska, UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, California, Illinois, Louisville, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon State, San Jose State, UNLV, Utah and Washington. Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh has been recruiting Falo.
"Michigan is a great place for a tight end like me to attend," Falo told Rivals, adding that distance isn't a factor in picking a school. "Not only that, but Jim Harbaugh is there as well. The new gear they received from Jordan is pretty nice too."
Falo is ranked as the 159th overall prospect, according to 247Sports. He is the fourth-best tight end and the No. 17 overall athlete in California.
Along with his Top 10, Falo revealed that he would be participating in the Under Armour All-American game on January 1st at 1:00 PM ET on ESPN.
Michigan has just one tight end committed to their 2017 class in three-star Carter Dunaway.