Michigan football added another player to their 2019 recruiting class on Sunday.
Tyrece Woods, a Detroit, Michigan native announced his decision to commit to the Wolverines via his Twitter account this evening.
— Tyrece Woods (@espnrece) August 13, 2018
Woods is a 6-2, 255 pound defensive end who plays at Belleville high school. He transferred to Belleville from Martin Luther King in Detroit. There, he played with Michigan’s Lavert Hill and Ambry Thomas.
According to 247Sports, he is ranked 2,305 overall, and is the 126th ranked weak-side defensive end in the class.
Woods will certainly add depth to Michigan’s defensive line. He is the fourth defensive end to join Michigan’s 2019 class. The three others include five-star Chris Hinton, four-star David Ojabo, and three-star Gabe Newburg.
He also had scholarship offers from Air Force, Cincinnati, Fresno State, and Temple. Plus, six offers from MAC schools including Eastern Michigan University, and Ivy League schools Cornell and Dartmouth.
Michigan’s class before Woods’ commitment, ranks 11th nationally, according to 247Sports. It’s the second-best class in the Big Ten, behind Ohio State and just in front of Penn State.