Tim Baldwin Decommits from Michigan

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Tim Baldwin Decommits from Michigan

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Tim Baldwin Decommits from Michigan

Michigan has officially lost a commit in the 2020 class – less than a month after securing him.

Just 22 days after Ashburn (Va.) Broad Run 2020 three-star running back Tim Baldwin committed to Michigan, he announced his decommitment from the Wolverines.

His recruitment is now open.

“After careful consideration, speaking with my parents and Michigan coaching staff, I have decided to decommitt from Michigan and reopen my recruitment,” Baldwin said on Twitter. “I am very excited to still have the opportunity to continue to participate in experiencing this process. Thanks everyone for their insight, time patience and understanding of my decision.”

Following a heavy push from Michigan running backs coach Jay Harbaugh and tight ends coach Al Washington, the three-star pledged to the Wolverines on Nov. 4.

He origionally picked Michigan over Boston College, Maryland, Old Dominion, Rutgers, Syracuse, Virginia and West Virginia.

“After careful consideration of which program gives me the best opportunities, I have chosen to cut (my) recruitment short because I believe Michigan will do just that and more,” Baldwin said when he first committed.

The 5-foot-11, 187-pound running back is ranked No. 342 in the nation, No. 29 at his position and No. 8 in Virginia, according to 247Sports.

Michigan is now down to four verbal commits in the 2020 class.

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