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Farmington LB David Reese decommits from Michigan

The Detroit News
David Reese

Farmington High linebacker David Reese has decommitted from Michigan's 2016 recruiting class.

"I would like to thank the University of Michigan for the opportunity extended to me to become a Wolverine," Reese wrote on Twitter Wednesday night. "After careful consideration and soul searching with my family, I have decided to decommit in order to pursue my chance for early enrollment. I wish U of M the best of luck in the future and I will never forget my experiences in the Big House! Michigan will always be my home. Go Blue!!!"

Reese (6-1, 235) is ranked a three-star prospect and the No. 10 inside linebacker in the nation by Scout.com.

Last week Reese was named to The Detroit News All-State Dream Team. He was in on 150 tackles, including 91 solo, to help Farmington earn a state playoff appearance this season. He had five sacks, forced four fumbles and recovered six fumbles.

Reese has a number of other attractive offers, including Florida, TCU, Nebraska and Wisconsin.

Resse's decision follows the decommitment from Michigan earlier this week by three-star athlete Victor Viramontes of Norco, California.

California athlete Viramontes decommits from Michigan