Four-star running back Mike Weber decommits from Michigan

Sunday November 23rd, 2014

Mike Weber, a heralded running back prospect who attends Cass Tech (Mich.) High School, announced Saturday he is decommitting from Michigan.

Weber, who committed to the Wolverines in August over scholarship offers from Ohio State and Michigan State, among other programs, is the No. 11 running back and No. 104 player in the class of 2015, according to rankings on the recruiting service

He reportedly has been considering taking visits to other schools.

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Weber is the fourth player to decommit from Michigan since September, along with defensive tackle Darian Roseboro, cornerback Garrett Taylor and linebacker Darrin Kirkland Jr.

Seven total senior prospects have renounced their pledges to the Wolverines. Michigan's 2015 class now counts seven members, according to Four-star tight end Chris Clark is reportedly exploring other schools.

Weber's decommitment comes amid speculation over coach Brady Hoke's job status. The Wolverines are 5-6 (3-4 Big Ten) after falling to Maryland at home on Saturday.

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