4-star Honolulu WR Roman Wilson commits to Michigan football over host of Pac-12 schools

Wilson is No. 3 player from state of Hawaii

Michigan football WR commit Roman Wilson (Photo: Roman Wilson/@Trilllroman)
Michigan football WR commit Roman Wilson (Photo: Roman Wilson/@Trilllroman)

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Four-star Honolulu wide receiver Roman Wilson committed to Michigan football Tuesday over several of the top schools in the Pac-12.

Wilson is the No. 3 player from the state of Hawaii, the No. 59 receiver in the 2020 class and the No. 312 player in the country, according to 247 Sports.

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He made the announcement at 1:32 p.m. Tuesday via Twitter video.

Wilson chose the Wolverines over a host of Pac-12 schools, including Oregon, UCLA, Cal, Arizona State, Colorado and Washington. He also had scholarship offers from Wisconsin, BYU and hometown Hawaii.

Speed is Wilson's greatest weapon. He ran a verified 4.37-second 40-meter dash and a 3.96-second shuttle run at The Opening Regional.

Wilson's commitment gives Michigan two wide receivers in the 2020 class. Four-star A.J. Henning -- the No. 16 receiver in the class -- committed last week.

Jim Harbaugh now has 21 players in his 2020 class -- 10 four-stars and 11 three-stars.

It's the No. 6 recruiting class in the country and No. 2 in the Big Ten.

Michigan has landed 11 commitments since Sunday, June 23, after a weekend loaded with official visitors. Wilson is the fifth four-star to commit during that span.

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