Michigan football flips former Stanford commit
Things seemed to be Michigan football fashion for three-star Cameron Brandt heading into National Signing Day.
Brandt had been committed to Stanford since July 22, but once Stanford coach David Shaw quit after the season, the pendulum began to swing. Over the past few days, 247Sports’ Crystal Balls have started playing in favor of the Wolverines.
And that’s exactly what happened.
On Wednesday, the 6-foot-4, 260-pound senior announced he would be retiring from Stanford and officially signing with Michigan on NSD in the 2023 class.
BREAKING: Chatsworth (California) Sierra Canyon DL Cameron Brandt reversed his commitment from #Stanford to #Michigan and explained why he chose the #Wolverines https://t.co/ASaliASVN7 pic.twitter.com/5XMlZtK5LY
— Greg Biggins (@GregBiggins) February 1, 2023
Brandt is originally from Chatsworth (CA) Sierra Canyon. According to 247Sports, he is a four-star recruit. But according to the composite, he’s the No. 453 rookie in the nation and is a three-star.
He’s a versatile defensive lineman who can play anywhere on the line. Brandt could play the edge or puff it up and move inside.
Brandt had offers from Arizona, California, Oregon, USC, UCLA and Washington, among others.
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