Class of 2016 tight end Naseir Upshur (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) will make his college decision on Tuesday between the Michigan Wolverines and Florida State Seminoles.
Upshur is a four-star prospect and the fifth-ranked tight end in the class, according to 247's Composite ranking system.
At one point during his recruitment, the Wolverines were far and away the favorite to land the highly-touted tight end prospect, but things changed recently when five-star Isaac Nauta (Buford, Georgia) decided to decommit from the Seminoles and re-open his recruitment.
Since then, Florida State has made a huge push for Upshur and his recruitment has begun to trend their way, leaving Michigan with no choice but to begin to look at other players like four-star Jacob Mathis (Tampa, Florida).
The Wolverines already have a pretty good tight end committed in three-star Sean McKeon (Dudley, Massachusetts), but the plan has always been to take multiple players at the position during this recruiting cycle.
The chance still exists that Upshur may decide to become a member of Michigan's 2016 recruiting class, but we have heard otherwise here at MnB.
Michigan will not stop recruiting Upshur if he commits to Florida State, but that does not necessarily mean he's bound for a change of heart, either. Though, we have seen crazier things happen on the recruiting trail.
So heading into his decision, I have him pegged as choosing Florida State, along with several other recruitniks on the 247 Crystal Ball predictions.