Despite being a Penn State 2016 commit, Detroit King cornerback Lavert Hill has spent his share of time in Ann Arbor this fall.
Apparently that’s no longer a conflict.
Hill, a four-star prospect whose brother Delano Hill is currently a U-M safety, announced his Penn State decommitment on Twitter tonight, writing he plans to take all of his official visits. Rivals’ No. 5 player in the state of Michigan, Hill had been committed to Penn State since Jan. 31.https://twitter.com/VertHill21/status/671137344129507328
With King’s state championship locked up in dramatic fashion on Friday, Hill now has time to focus on recruiting.
But it may not be a coincidence that he decommitted from the Nittany Lions tonight.
Scout.com’s Josh Newkirk reported that Hill had a few visitors tonight — Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and secondary coach Mike Zordich.
Four-star CB Lavert Hill told me #Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and secondary coach Michael Zordich just left his house for an in-home visit.— Josh Newkirk (@JoshNewkirk7) November 30, 2015
And Harbaugh told Hill he’s not backing down.
Four-star CB Lavert Hill says #Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh told him he wants him in this class and he won't stop recruiting him.— Josh Newkirk (@JoshNewkirk7) November 30, 2015