Charles Thomas Commits to Michigan

Submitted by Adam Schnepp on June 24th, 2017 at 6:05 PM

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[via Charles Thomas’ twitter]

Michigan just picked up their first commit from the class of 2019 in IMG linebacker Charles Thomas, the highest rated ILB on 247’s list of 2019 M targets. According to 247’s Brandon Justice, Thomas committed to Michigan in April; today’s visit reinforced that decision. Today’s unofficial visit is the first for Thomas since he unofficially visited Clemson in March, which might be worth noting since his only other unofficial before that was last October to—you guessed it—Clemson.

Thomas is a 6’0”, 222-pound inside linebacker who, if his sophomore film is any indication, is a hard-hitting, very intuitive ‘backer whose athleticism will play well in Don Brown’s system. He doesn’t have a ranking in the 247 composite yet, but he’s a four-star to 247, which ranks him 196th overall and fourth among ILBs.

Ace will have a full Hello post in the next day or so.



June 24th, 2017 at 11:54 PM ^

It's hard to pull highly rated guys out of the south and we've been able to do it consistently within one state. Kinda wild the momentum we have going in Georgia


June 25th, 2017 at 1:19 AM ^

that justice is saying that Charles was a silent in April?

excited to see both the Georgia and IMG pipeline continue for 2019!

its early yet, but the staff was stay on top of his recruitment I am sure... I am also very confident that he'll like what he sees from the LBer corp this season

Year of Revenge II

June 26th, 2017 at 8:27 AM ^

Harbaugh is building a monster.  Right now, he is the bringing forces about that are creating a perfect storm for recruiting.  Pro experience, personality, innovation, motivation, hard work, winning, fame, and tradition are all on JH's side.

I don't know that in will be 2019, and the classes he has signed so far have already been super impressive, but the MONSTER CLASS is on the horizon.

Buckle up.


June 26th, 2017 at 8:52 AM ^

Recruiting is poised to explode (*not that it's bad right now) in 2019. Especially if this team can put together another double digit win season. A lot of momentum building with this program, they have to find a way to keep it going.