Michigan’s list of committed recruits continues to shrink.
Defensive back Antwaine Richardson, a three-star defensive back from Delray Beach, Florida, announced Thursday afternoon on Twitter that he is no longer committed to Michigan and is opening his “recruiting process to explore my options to better my future academically and athletically.”
Earlier Thursday, Kiante Enis, a three-star running back / athlete from Winchester (Indiana) High, decommitted from Michigan, according to several recruiting sites. Enis took an official visit to Indiana last month, will visit Miami (Ohio) this weekend and might visit Michigan State, according to 247Sports.
Michigan’s class now has 20 commitments with the first day of the national signing period Feb. 3.
The Wolverines are expected to add four-star cornerback David Long, from Loyola Los Angeles on Thursday night when he reveals his decision on ESPNU. Long will choose between Michigan and Washington.
This recruiting activity Thursday comes less than 24 hours after four-star offensive lineman Erik Swenson revealed he is no longer a Michigan commit after he reportedly was told to look elsewhere.
Last week, cornerback Sir Patrick Scott announced he no longer was committed to Michigan.
A few other Michigan commits have indicated they are continuing to look at other schools. Defensive tackle Jordan Elliott from Houston Westside reportedly will visit Texas this weekend. Elliott committed to Michigan in late November. Receiver Nate Johnson, who committed to Michigan last month, now says he will announce his school destination on National Signing Day. Among the options -- Notre Dame, Miami (Fla.) and Michigan.
Michigan’s recruiting class currently is ranked No. 6 in the 247Sports composite rankings.