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Malcolm Epps on flipping commitment from Alabama to Michigan: 'Anything is possible'

The four-star tight end says Jim Harbaugh has a "wonderful coaching pedigree."

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2018 four-star tight end Malcolm Epps is currently committed to play football for Alabama, but that could change. Epps told Maize n Brew regarding a flip in commitment from Alabama to Michigan that "anything is possible."

"Anything is possible," Epps said. "Right now I am enjoying the recruiting process. I won't make any decisions until I finish my official visit first."

Epps committed to Alabama on Feb. 27, but has offers from Florida State, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State, Texas and Texas A&M on the table. The Michigan Wolverines offered him on April 15, and he has been recruited to the program by Jay Harbaugh.

As for playing for Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, the tight end said, "It would be an honor to play for any college coach. However, I realize coach Harbaugh has a wonderful coaching pedigree."

Epps is taking a deep look at Michigan because of "program success, graduation rate, positions depth, coaching, fans, and facilities."

The four-star is the fourth best tight end in the Class of 2018, so Epps would be a huge addition for Harbaugh and the Wolverines.