Jim Harbaugh snagged two more recruits for the class of 2017 on Monday.
Four-star safety J’Marick Woods and three-star running back A.J. Dillon committed to play for Michigan on Monday, they announced on Twitter.
Woods starred at Florence High School in Alabama, and is one of the top 300 prospects in the country, according to Scout. He chose the Wolverines over offers from Florida, Penn State, Tennessee and more.
Dillon attended high school in Massachusetts, and picked Michigan over Notre Dame, Iowa, Nebraska and many others.
“I got that feel of the atmosphere, the people, and everything was clicking,” Dillon told Scout about his commitment. “It's just a place I could see myself in the next three to four years. I know I'll develop as a young man, as a student and a great football player at the University of Michigan.”
Michigan is currently has the 10th-best recruiting class for 2017. Their 2016 class was ranked sixth.