Rowser also included Alabama, Penn State, Notre Dame, Florida, Michigan State, Kentucky and Georgia Tech on the list.
Once a Michigan commit, Rowser decommitted from the Wolverines back in April to open back up his process and look into other schools. Since then, he picked up offers from two of those blue bloods on his top list — Alabama and Notre Dame.
Rowser originally was going to transfer to IMG Academy, but decided to stick it out in Michigan at Belleville, which recently has not been kind to U-M. But thankfully for the Wolverines, they already have Rowser’s brother, cornerback Andre Seldon, on the roster. Back when Rowser originally committed to Michigan, he told Maize n Brew one of the reasons he did so was because of Seldon.
“My brother is there now and I’ve been with him through the whole process,” Rowser said. “They have really treated him well. When I saw an article the other day on my great uncle, I think it was my turning point.
“My dad is a really big fan, too. My mom is also, but she told me that it was my decision to make.”
The fact his family is a U-M family, and his brother is still on the team, I expect Michigan to be in this recruitment until the very end. But the new coaching staff will have some work to do to work. Luckily for them, a decision isn’t expected to drop anytime soon.
The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder is the No. 3 player in the state of Michigan, No. 10 safety and No. 124 overall prospect in the 2022 class, according to 247Sports’ composite.