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Michigan football gets a four-star defensive end, Quintin Somerville


Michigan football opens up to the vision 2020 of the season Sept. 5 on the road against Washington, and finishes Nov. 28 on the road against Ohio State.


Michigan football has won a four-star defensive end, Quintin Somerville, who announced his commitment on Saturday on Twitter.

The prospect of Saguaro high School in Scottsville, Arizona, is ranked no. 150 overall in the country in the 2021 class, and is the fourth four-star defensive player to commit to the Wolverines in the last three weeks.

Her Twitter announcement was a combination of the emotional thanks to his family and his high school coach and his teammates, accompanied by extracts of movies and photos.

It ends by Somerville, pat, “salute the Winners” on a grand piano, which segues into the band version, and then turn into a rap.

“It’s an unbelievable young man in all aspects of his life,” Saguaro coach Jason Mohns said. “Extremely talented player, an excellent student, humble, courteous, and an elegant young man.

“Michigan is a great fit for him scheme-wise and academic. … They are getting a great player. “

Somerville, the 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds, 68 tackles, 29 for loss, and 7½ sacks last season.

High school teammate and wide receiver Denzel Burke is committed to the State of Ohio.

Michigan now has 18 commitments in the 2021 class.


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