Michigan football adds to 2013 class with commit from two-star CB Channing Stribling
And then there were 22.
Michigan football's top-ranked 2013 recruiting class got a bit larger Thursday when coach Brady Hoke received a commitment from Butler (N.C.) High School cornerback Channing Stribling.
Stribling confirmed the news via his personal Twitter account.
"I have committed to the University of Michigan #GOBLUEEE," he wrote.
The news was originally reported late Thursday night by the Michigan football recruiting site "Tremendous."
Stribling is an unranked prospect, according to Rivals.com. Scout.com, meanwhile, pegs him as a two-star player.
Listed as an "athlete" by most services, the 6-foot-2, 170-pound Stribling is said to be targeted by Michigan as a cornerback. He also plays wide receiver for his high school team, the same squad that produced former Michigan standout defensive back Jamar Adams.
Per Rivals.com, Stribling's only other Football Bowl Subdivision came from Ball State -- Hoke's alma mater and former employer.
An under-the-radar prospect, Stribling currently sits as the lowest-rated member of Michigan's 22-man recruiting haul -- which currently sits atop both Rivals' and Scout's national team team rankings list. He reportedly received an offer on Wednesday after attending Michigan's on-site summer football camp.
Presently, Michigan has three other defensive back pledges for the 2013 class. Including four-star safety Dymonte Thomas, four-star defensive back Jourdan Lewis and four-star cornerback Gareon Conley.