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UPDATE: There are multiple reports (scout, espnu, twitter) that Henry has committed to Michigan. However, it appears that he may not have made it official yet. I’ll update this when I have more information.
When it comes down to the final days before signing day there are usually some surprises. Michigan pulled a surprise move by picking up a commitment from 3-star DT Willie Henry (Glenville, Ohio). He visited Michigan this past weekend, got his offer and made a commitment to play for Brady Hoke and the Michigan Wolverines.
Henry checks in at 6-foot-3, 265 pounds and has a lot of upside. He also continues the trend in Michigan’s 2012 class of beefing up the lines. His scouting report (see excerpt from ESPNU below) indicates a player who with some coaching could become a force. With Brady Hoke (former DL coach), Greg Mattison (current Defensive Coordinator and former DL coach), and Jerry Montgomery (current DL coach), Henry will get some of the best coaching available to a college f...
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