Four-star cornerback recruit Garrett Taylor announced his decommitment from Michigan on Monday.
Taylor, a native of Richmond, Va., originally committed to the Wolverines in March. He had somewhat opened up his recruitment in the wake of Michigan's struggles this season, taking an official visit to Virginia Tech last week and scheduling official visits to Ohio State and Penn State for weekends in November.
In addition to Taylor's departure, four-star defensive end Darian Roseboro decommitted from Michigan at the end of September, and several other committed recruits have said they'll now consider other schools due to the possibility that head coach Brady Hoke may get fired.
Hoke's job security is in question due to Michigan's poor play on the field. The Wolverines are just 3-5 this season after losing to Michigan State 35-11 on Saturday.
The coach has also come under fire for the Shane Morris concussion controversy. The sophomore quarterback was stayed in Michigan's Sept. 27 loss against Minnesota after sustaining a concussion. Morris re-entered the game temporarily even after exiting the field.
On Sunday, Hoke apologized for a pregame stunt at Michigan State in which Michigan planted a tent stake on the field at Spartan Stadium before the game.
Hoke has been Michigan's coach since 2011. After going 11-2 his first season, he has watched the team's win total decrease to eight in 2012 and then seven last season.
Michigan has nine recruits still committed in the class of 2015.
- Ben Estes