The Michigan Wolverines’ 2019 recruiting class is complete, as they officially signed their final player of the class — 4-star safety Quinten Johnson.
One of the top safeties in this year’s class hails from D.C.!— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) February 6, 2019
Welcome to Michigan, Quinten Johnson! @_QJ11
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Johnson is the No. 3 player in Washington D.C., No. 27 safety and No. 316 overall player in his class, according to 247Sports’ composite rankings. He has been committed to Michigan since July 3 of last year.
He didn’t sign his letter of intent in December because his school, St. John’s College High School, traditionally has their players sign together as a team in February.
The 5-foot-11, 190-pounder is the second safety to sign with Michigan in 2019, joining 5-star Daxton Hill. Joey Velazquez is also listed as a safety, but is expected to compete at the Viper position when he gets on campus in the summer.e
With that, Michigan has officially now signed all 26 players in the class. As of now, Michigan has the No. 8 ranked class in 2019, but that could change if Penn State ends up signing high-4-star defensive back Nick Cross.
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