2019 tight end Erick All Jr. took to Twitter this weekend to verbally commit to Michigan’s 2019 class. All posted his intent to accept a scholarship offer from Michigan on Sunday morning wearing a No. 83 jersey inside Michigan Stadium.
”I just want to thank god, my parents, all the coaches that coached me throughout my football career, and all the teams that recruited me,” All wrote. “But I decided to commit to the University of Michigan.”
I just want to thank god, my parents , all the coaches that coached me throughout my football career, and all the teams that recruited me but I decided to commit to the University Of Michigan #EarnIt #GoBlue pic.twitter.com/zSCdvzFQXp— Erick All Jr. (@eallindi83) June 24, 2018
All comes from Fairfield Ohio and is listed at 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds. 247Sports lists All as a 3-star recruit. He’s also ranked at No. 504 nationally, the 22nd tight end in the class and 19th best in Ohio.
He was recruited by Michigan’s new linebackers and assistant special teams coach Al Washington, who just joined the team from Cincinnati in January. All picked Michigan over Ohio State, Notre Dame and several other Big Ten schools.
Michigan now has 12 players committed to the class of 2019, which is also ranked 16th nationally and 2nd in the Big Ten. But All becomes the first tight end commit and the fifth player from Ohio.