Michigan received a commitment Saturday from four-star defensive end Stephen Herron for the 2019 class. It was the second commitment of the day for the Wolverines.
The 6-foot-3, 235-pound Herron is the No. 1 player in Kentucky, according to Scout.com. Herron, who plays for Trinity High in Louisville, is ranked the No. 41 player overall in the nation by Scout.com for 2019.
Herron made his announcement Saturday on Twitter.
Herron's offer list was impressive and included Ohio State, Alabama, Oregon and many other top programs.
Nolan Rumler, a four-star offensive lineman from Archbishop Hoban in Akron, Ohio, committed to Michigan’s 2019 class earlier in the day.
Rumler (6-4, 290), who also made his announcement on Saturday via Twitter, chose the Wolverines over Ohio State, Notre Dame, Michigan State and Georgia, among others.
He is ranked the No. 1 offensive tackle in Ohio by Scout.com and the No. 15 player nationally at his position.
Zach Drevno, son of Michigan offensive coordinator Tim Drevno, announced Friday night he received a preferred walk-on offer as a long snapper from the Wolverines for the 2018 class. Drevno is a senior at Saline.