Class of 2018 four-star Jalil Irvin visited Michigan on February 17th and the Wolverines made a colossal impression.
“I love Michigan after today,” Irvin, a former Michigan commit, said. “Just the campus, coaches, academics, and everything.”
Irvin committed to Michigan on June 3rd and then decommitted from the program on August 23rd.
He has offers to play for Michigan, Auburn, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Georgia State, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Missouri, N.C. State, Ole Miss, Pittsburgh, Tulane, UCF, Virginia, and Virginia Tech.
The 6-foot-4, 280-pound athlete is ranked No. 310 in the 2018 class, according to 247Sports Composite. He is the 16th-best offensive guard and the No. 29 ranked player in the state of Georgia.
During the 2016 season, the offensive lineman took unofficial visits to Tennessee (Sep. 17 and Oct. 15), Auburn (Sep. 24 and Oct. 22), Clemson (Nov. 5), Georgia (No. 19), and Florida State (Nov. 26). Since then, he has visited Michigan (Feb. 17) and Ohio State (Feb. 18).
Irvin spent most his with tackles coach Greg Frey, among others.
“It was great,” Irvin mentioned. “They really want me and they enjoyed me coming.”