A lesson that all colleges should learn is that just because a high school student commits to your program over the summer, that doesn’t mean he will feel the same way come time to actually sign a letter of intent.
That has happened to the University of Michigan as three-star quarterback Victor Viramontes has announced that he is withdrawing his commitment from the school. The dual-threat signal caller made the announcement via a message on Twitter.
Viramontes, who has been committed to the school since June, thanked coach Jim Harbaugh and the fans for making the process fun for him. He didn’t give a clear reason for his decision other than it came after talking with his family. You can read the message below.
Viramontes still has offers from California, Georgia Tech, Nebraska and Wisconsin to consider. Needless to say, he has plenty of options when it comes to deciding where to continue his football career.