Michigan lost one of its six offensive line commitments on Sunday afternoon.
Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) American Heritage 4-star OT commit Kai-Leon Herbert told Land of 10 on Sunday that he has de-committed from the Wolverines following a visit to Miami.
Herbert had been wavering on his commitment for some time, but finally made the decision on Sunday.
“Things just went south,” Herbert told Land of 10. “There were some other factors … it just wasn’t good.”
One of Herbert’s main recruiters was Jedd Fisch, the quarterbacks coach who earlier this month left Ann Arbor to become offensive coordinator at UCLA. He told Land of 10 that was among the reasons that stood out and led to his decision.
He is down to Auburn, Florida and Miami. I have my 247Sports Crystal Ball on the Gators.
Michigan now has 26 commitments for the 2017 class, with six targets still on the board that it’s hoping to land.
Kai-Leon Herbert has de-committed from Michigan. He visited Auburn last weekend and Miami this weekend. UF next. | https://t.co/Mx7hSDRezB
— Benjamin Wolk (@benjaminwolk) January 22, 2017
This article originally appeared on Landof10.com, and was written by Brandon Justice.