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2024 four-star LB Mason Curtis commits to Michigan

Curtis is the first player to commit to Michigan’s 2024 class.

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Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines received their first commitment of the 2024 class on Monday when four-star linebacker Mason Curtis announced his pledge on Twitter.

The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder hails from Nashville, Tennessee and attends Ensworth High School. He held other offers from Michigan State, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Mississippi State, Tennessee, South Carolina, Cincinnati, Ole Miss, Louisville and more.

Curtis is the No. 2 player in Tennessee, No. 14 linebacker and No. 203 overall prospect on 247Sports’ composite.

George Helow and the Wolverines extended the offer to Curtis back in April. He visited Ann Arbor for the first time this past weekend and, according to The Michigan Insider’s Brice Marich ($), the visit went great. And in an interview following his commitment, he told Marich (FREE) why he chose Michigan.

“It felt like home from the time I came on campus to the time I left,” Curtis said. “The coaches were authentic in everything they said. I think it was the best decision due to the history of not only the football program, but the academics there are the best of the best. I felt it in my heart that I need to be at Michigan.”

There are a lot of highlights of Curtis from his sophomore season, so feel free to check them out on his Hudl account here.