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Drake Harris (Detroit Free Press photo)
Michigan Football’s 2014 recruiting class just picked up a major commitment from WR Drake Harris (Grand Rapids, Michigan). Harris checks in at 6-foot-4, 185 and is one of the elite players in the country.
Harris had previously been committed to Michigan State to play football and basketball. However, when he realized his future was on the gridiron, he de-commited from MSU and ultimately landed in Ann Arbor.
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