|Christian LaCouture on his visit to Michigan (image via The M Block)|
Lincoln (NE) Southwest defensive end Christian LaCouture decommitted from Nebraska. The 6'5", 275 lb. end was previously committed to Texas A&M, and now he seems to be strongly considering LSU. Michigan was in his top three prior to the Nebraska commitment, but the Wolverines no longer seem to be in the picture. In his senior season, LaCouture had 101 tackles, 5 sacks, 5 forced fumbles, and 6 fumble recovers; he also had 12 carries for 109 yards on offense. This is a particularly interesting decommitment because LaCouture moved from Texas to Lincoln, NE, prior to his senior year.
Pomfret (MD) McDonogh offensive tackle Na'Ty Rodgers was offered by Michigan. The 6'5", 278-pounder has offers from Florida, Maryland, Oklahoma, South Carolina, USC, and Washington; the Terrapins and Gamecocks are considered to be his leaders, and it sounds like he won't give the Wolverines much of a look. He was offered in response to David Dawson's decommitment from Michigan.
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