clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Garrett Taylor decommits from Michigan

Michigan loses another 2015 commit in the wake of uncertainties surrounding the coaching staff.

Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

The hits keep coming for Michigan football, this time on the recruiting trail.

In an unsurprising turn of events, four-star cornerback Garrett Taylor (Richmond, Virginia) announced Monday that he has decomitted from the Wolverines per his Twitter account.

Taylor has official visits planned to Penn State and Ohio State and never had one planned to Ann Arbor. The writing seemed to be on the wall.

Steve Lorenz of 247 Sports is also reporting that Michigan is out of the picture going forward and they will no longer be considered.

With Taylor now out of the picture, the Wolverines have a need at cornerback in the 2015 class. Shaun Crawford was previously committed, but flipped to Notre Dame back in June.

As for players that could possibly replace Taylor and Crawford, Lorenz says in-state prospects John Kelly and Tyrone Miller are candidates.