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Michigan added a three-star defender the same day he was offered.
The Michigan Wolverines are staying busy on the recruiting trail despite the COVID-19 shutdown across the nation. After going 10 months without a commitment in the 2021 cycle, but double-dipped on Wednesday night. Three-star defensive end Dominick Giudice was offered and did not waste any time committed to Don Brown and the Wolverines.
God has blessed me with the opportunity to play the game of football at a high level to be used as a platform for Him! I’m so blessed to announce that I am committed to my childhood dream school, The University of Michigan!!! #GoBlue @CoachNua @FBCoachDBrown @CoachJim4UM pic.twitter.com/rgXI8QwK9c
— Dominick Giudice (@dom_giudice27) March 26, 2020
Giudice, a native of Freehold, New Jersey, is the No. 1146 prospect in the country (54th-rated weak-side defensive end), according to the 247Sports composite rankings. His other offers include Army, Ball State, Central Michigan, Columbia, Cornell and others. Though he does have reported contact with Wisconsin and Rutgers, per his 247Sports profile.
He is the fourth commitment in the cycle for the Wolverines, joining five-star quarterback J.J. McCarthy, four-star offensive linemen Giovanni El-Hadi and Greg Crippen, the latter of whom committed earlier Wednesday.
This one kind of came out of nowhere, so we will have more on him at a later time. For now, here’s his junior highlight film.