The Michigan Wolverines added another member of to its 2022 football recruiting class on Monday evening with defensive back Myles Rowser (Belleville, Michigan) announcing his pledge to the program.
Rowser, who is currently unranked by the major recruiting services, is the brother of four-star 2020 defensive back commit Andre Seldon. Seldon is currently enrolled early and participating in conditioning drills with the Wolverines.
#GoBlue pic.twitter.com/gi7dU1255H— Ghost (@MylesRowser) January 13, 2020
As far as his fit goes, this is what he told Allen Trieu of 247Sports:
“They said I fit in well and with everything I do, I’d be able to play different positions in the secondary,” he said. “My primary position is safety but I can move around.”
Rowser is entering his junior season and recently transferred from Belleville to Detroit Martin Luther King and now that he has already cut off his recruitment, the focus turns to the evaluation. As far as his current accolades, The Detroit News named him an Honorable Mention All-State performer this last season.
Some of his other offers included Penn State, Tennessee, Florida and Florida State, among others. Ohio State was in contact as well, per his profile on 247Sports.
Rowser is one of two players currently committed to Michigan’s 2022 class along with defensive tackle Alex VanSumeren. Both players are unranked as of this posting and are brothers of current Michigan athletes.