Kalil Branham Decommits from Michigan

There hasn’t been a ton of news on the 2020 Michigan recruiting front but it looks like it’s about to pickup soon. But that uptick started with some negative news as longtime commitment Northland (OH) WR Kalil Branham has decommitted from Michigan.

Branham was the first commitment of the class after he committed to the Wolverines back in June of 2018. While he wasn’t the highest rated recruit in the class, he’s easily one of the hardest working as he was non-stop on crafting his game in the offseason. But things clearly didn’t workout between himself and Michigan.

Instead of visiting Ann Arbor for the Michigan spring scrimmage, he reportedly made his way to Lexington to check out Kentucky. Signs looked to be clear that a departure was coming. He didn’t waste much time as he announced his decommitment on Saturday, bringing Michigan’s 2020 class down to six in total.

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