Michigan decommit receives two scholarship offers

On the day which Jalil Irvin revealed a decommitment to Michigan, the  offensive guard was extended a pair of scholarship offers.

Georgia and Virginia Tech brought Irvin’s  scholarship count to five which also includes the Wolverines, Illinois and Tulane.

The Stephenson (Stone Mountain, GA) 2018 prospect announced a decision to pull away from his verbal commitment on Tuesday via Twitter.

“After a talk with my mom and coaches, I have decided to decommit from the University of Michigan,” Irvin said. “I still plan on visiting and they are still in my top 5 and my dream school. I just feel I need to step back and reevaluate things, take my time with my recruitment, get a good relationship with coaches and be sure of what I’m doing.”

He received an offer from the Illini last October prior to committing to Michigan in early June.

Irvin provides an elite push at the point of attack from the line of scrimmage with an ability to move defensive linemen into a back pedal, and end up at the second level. Also displays the traits to pull and zone block, and can lineup at the tackle spots.

RATING 4-star 

HEIGHT 6’4″ 

WEIGHT 280 lbs 


SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Tulane, Virginia Tech

Author: The Subway Alum

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