Michigan has received a commitment from offensive tackle Andrew Stueber (Darien, Connecticut), according to his Twitter account.
Stueber was at the satellite camp stop in New Jersey and has visited Ann Arbor, as well. He is a three-star prospect and the 80th-ranked offensive tackle in the 2017 class, according to the 247 Composite.
"Michigan has always been a dream school for me and I thought it was the best fit for me academically and football wise," Stueber said, per 247's Steve Wiltfong. "I really liked the coaches and the program is only going up and it's going to be awesome to be a part of."
Stueber's commitment puts Michigan at 16 so far in its 2017 recruiting class, which is currently ranked fourth in the nation. He joins four-star JaRaymond Hall (Oak Park, Michigan) as the other offensive lineman currently committed to the Wolverines.
This story is developing.