By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Michigan Wolverines received a commitment on Sunday. Mike Sainristil, the two-way Everett High School (Mass.) two-way player, announced his decision on Twitter.
Two weeks ago, he had decommitted from his commitment to the Virginia Tech Hokies.
“God has put many people in my life who’ve given me blessings and who also have taught me lessons,” he said. “I want to thank him for allowing me to stay grateful and grasp every opportunity I’ve been given. I want to say thanks to all the schools, who have shown me interest and who’ve offered me scholarships.
“I’m happy to announce that I have found my new home and the school I will be attending for the next four years! This decision wasn’t easy, but I promise it is the best for my family and I! I am now committed to the University of Michigan.”
According to 247Sports, he was a three-star cornerback. He; however, was the No. 1 recruit in the State of Massachusetts.
Sainristil had 12 offers, according to 247Sports, and received one offer. He was recruited by Don Brown at the University of Michigan.
The Hokies, Boston College Eagles, Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, Indiana Hoosiers, North Carolina Tar Heels, Ole Miss Rebels, Rhode Island Rams (FCS), Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Southern Miss Eagles, Syracuse Orange, Wisconsin Badgers, Connecticut Huskies, UMASS Minutemen, and the Penn State Nittany Lions were reportedly interested in him. Of these teams, the only teams, who did not offer him, were the UCONN Huskies, the UMASS Minutemen, and the Penn State Nittany Lions.
During the season, he was named an All-USA Defensive Player of the Year candidate for the East Region. In September, he had two touchdowns on offense and three interceptions one game.
With Sainstril’s commitment — which is not official until February on National Signing Day — he joins the No. 9-ranked team in the nation, according to 247Sports.
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