Ignas Brazdeikis, a four-star forward from Orangeville High in Mono, Ontario, on Friday committed to Michigan’s 2018 recruiting class.
The 6-foot-8 Brazdeikis chose the Wolverines over Vanderbilt and Florida. He made an official visit to Michigan earlier this month.
“It’s just a perfect fit for me,” Brazdeikis told Scout.com. “Even when I was just getting into basketball, Michigan was like a dream school for me.”
He's ranked the No. 42 overall prospect for 2018 by Scout and No. 45 by 247Sports.
Brazdeikis is the fourth commitment in Michigan’s 2018 class, joining forward Brandon Johns of East Lansing, forward Taylor Currie of Clarkston and guard David DeJulius of Detroit East English.
Following Brazdeikis' commitment, Michigan's 2018 recruiting class ranks sixth in the nation and third in the Big Ten, behind Indiana and Michigan State, according to 247Sports.