Quintel Kent Commits to Michigan

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Quintel Kent Commits to Michigan

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Quintel Kent Commits to Michigan

Michigan finally has its first true wide receiver commit in the 2019 class, as Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward three-star Quintel Kent made his commitment to join the Wolverines on Aug. 4.

The Wolverines offered the 6-foot, 170-pound prospect on June 23 and he named Jim Harbaugh’s group his leader just one day later. He attended the BBQ at the Big House on July 28 with his mother.

At the Michigan camp on June 23, Kent received the wide receiver Most Valuable Player award. He and his mother began a relationship with head coach Jim Harbaugh that day.

Following the Wolverines offer, Kent and his family were in conversation on a weekly basis with multiple members of the Michigan coaching staff.

Kent, running a 4.56 40-yard dash, picked Michigan over Ball State, Bowling Green, Eastern Kentucky, Kent State, Northern Illinois and Western Illinois.

The wide receiver is ranked No. 1103 in the 2019 class, No. 130 at his position and No. 56 in Ohio, according to 247Sports. He is working on getting stronger, increasing his weight and gaining physicality for the upcoming season.

Michigan now has 19 commits in the 2019 class, including six from the state of Ohio – Nolan Rumler, Erick All, Zach Carpenter, Gabe Newburg, Joey Velazquez and Kent.

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