Darian Roseboro, a highly touted defensive lineman from Lincolntown, N.C., announced on Twitter Monday that he has decommitted from Michigan.
Roseboro, who announced his commitment to the Wolverines late last month, is the No. 1 player in North Carolina and the No. 6 defensive tackle in the class of 2015, according to rankings on the recruiting website Rivals.com. He also drew scholarship offers from Alabama, Auburn, Ohio State and UCLA, among other programs.
Roseboro visited North Carolina State this weekend for the Wolfpack's game against Florida State. On Monday, Steven Lorenz of Wolverine247 reported that Tennessee, Notre Dame and Oklahoma are among the other programs he could be interested in visiting.
Roseboro's decommitment comes as Michigan coach Brady Hoke is under scrutiny for the team's recent struggles as well as the handling of concussed quarterback Shane Morris during last Saturday's loss to Minnesota.
- Chris Johnson