Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh may be enjoying his time on the recruiting trail and impressing a bunch of potential new Wolverines, but that hasn’t stopped him from losing recruits. According to a tweet from ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren, three-star running back Kiante Enis has de-committed from Michigan.
In a text, Kiante Enis said he decommitted from Michigan this morning. "Nothing personal….and I thank Michigan for the opportunity."
— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) January 21, 2016
This news just comes a couple of days after Michigan made headlines in that it pulled its offer to longtime offensive line commit Erik Swenson, who had been committed to the Wolverines since 2013. Enis’ decision appears to be his own, but one can’t help but wonder if Harbaugh pulling Swenson’s offer had anything to do with it.
On top of Michigan, Enis, who currently attends Indiana’s Winchester Community High School, has offers from Cincinnati, Michigan State, Iowa, and others.
Stay tuned to Campus Sports for further updates on Enis’ recruitment and future!
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