Class of 2017 wide receiver Jeremiah Holloman (Covinginton, Georgia) has decommitted from Michigan, according to his Twitter account.
I'm a free agent.— Jeremiah Holloman (@Obey_Classics) February 12, 2016
The whole recruiting process is about communication if you have other priorities, prioritize them...— Jeremiah Holloman (@Obey_Classics) February 12, 2016
Holloman, who is a teammate of running back commit Kurt Taylor, is a three-star prospect and the 117th-ranked wide receiver in the 2017 class, according to the 247 Composite. He committed to the Wolverines back in December.
With the amount of wide receivers that Michigan took in 2016, it allows them to be selective in the 2017 cycle and focus on higher-ranked targets. Five-star wideout Donavan Peoples-Jones (Detroit, Michigan) will be in that group and is one of the top priorities in the class for the Wolverines.
His decision to decommit puts the Wolverines at four pledges in the 2017 class where we stand today with Taylor, tight end Carter Dunaway, offensive tackle JaRaymond Hall and defensive back Benjamin St-Juste.