National Signing Day is fast approaching, which means both prospects and programs are finalizing their plans for 2016 and beyond.
Class of 2016 athlete Kiante Enis (Winchester, Indiana) has decommitted from the University of Michigan, according to multiple outlets. The news was first reported by Rivals' Josh Helmholdt.
Enis is a three-star prospect and the 35th-ranked running back in the class, according to the 247 Composite. Michigan was also looking into the possibility of him playing defensive back.
Enis' commitment to the program was notable at the time for being the first to come from Michigan's summer satellite camp tour, which made its way across all four corners of the United States.
Rumors of his departure from this class have been flying around for awhile. With two running back commits in Kingston Davis and Kareem Walker, the staff ultimately cooled its recruitment of Enis.
Indiana is the team trending for his services at this point.
This puts Michigan down to 21 players in its 2016 recruiting class. That number is expected to be in the 27-30 range on National Signing Day on Feb. 3.