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Four-star center Raheem Anderson commits to Michigan

The Wolverines have added one of the best centers in the country.

NCAA Football: Michigan at Michigan State Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

The Michigan Wolverines received an Easter gift on Sunday afternoon in the form of a commitment from four-star center Raheem Anderson out of Cass Tech High School in Detroit. His decision to join the Wolverines gives them another prospect in what has already been an impressive offensive line haul.

Anderson is the 211th-ranked prospect overall and third-ranked center in the country, per the 247Sports composite. He is the seventh-ranked player in the state of Michigan. Offensive line coach Ed Warinner and tight ends coach Sherrone Moore took the lead on his recruitment and were able to close the deal.

Anderson’s commitment to Michigan gives them eight commits in the 2021 class with five-star quarterback J.J. McCarthy, four-star offensive tackle Giovanni El-Hadi, four-star tight end Louis Hansen, four-star guard Greg Crippen, three-star LB Casey Phinney, three-star defensive end Dominick Guidice and punter Tommy Doman. Their haul of players currently ranks as ninth in the country and third in the Big Ten behind Ohio State and Wisconsin.