At 3:25 p.m. on Nov. 17, Amauri Pesek-Hickson dropped his commitment to Michigan on Twitter.
Right by his side was Fairfield (Ohio) 2019 four-star tight end Erick All, who spent the entire time at Michigan’s game against Indiana on Saturday with the newest Wolverine pledge.
All has been committed to Michigan on June 24, and he enjoyed watching Pesek-Hickson make a decision of his own.
“It was great,” All said. “I could see me and him being close friends.”
Pesek-Hickson is a three-star athlete from Leawood (Kan.) Blue Valley North.
All and Pesek-Hickson, following his commitment, talked about girls and football during the trip. The duo could even become roommates in the near future.
“We were just talking about girls and football the whole time,” All said. “We also talked about rooming together and how much fun we’re going to have together up in Ann Arbor.”
Throughout the 2018 season for Blue Valley North, Pesek-Hickson has 95 rushes for 814 yards with seven touchdowns and 44 receptions for 725 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Michigan is looking at Pesek-Hickson as a defensive player, specifically outside linebacker or safety. He had just one scholarship before picking up a scholarship from the Wolverines on Oct. 30 and committing a half-month later.
Pesek-Hickson, Michigan’s 25th commit in the 2019 class, is ranked No. 824 in the nation, No. 56 at his position and No. 6 in Kansas, per 247Sports Composite.