Two days ago, many wondered when Michigan would get its first 2015 commitment under Jim Harbaugh.
After a heavy recruiting weekend, there are no more concerns.
Today, Harbaugh reeled in his third commit of the weekend, when West Chester (Ohio) Lakota West offensive lineman Nolan Ulizio flipped to the Wolverines.
The 6-foot-5, 293-pounder followed the same path as defensive end Reuben Jones and quarterback Zach Gentry, who were committed to other schools but changed their mind on their Michigan visit.
For Ulizio, it was a bit different as he is only a two-star prospect on Rivals, who was committed to a lower-profile school, Connecticut.
But unlike the other two, he may not be expected to play quickly as U-M has significant depth on the offensive line.
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