4-star WR Tarik Black commits to Michigan football

RB commit A.J. Dillon flips to Boston College


The Michigan football team picked up a big commitment Wednesday when Cheshire, Connecticut, wide receiver Tarik Black announced his decision to play for Jim Harbaugh.

Black is a four-star wide receiver, according to 247 Sports. He is the top-ranked player in the state of Connecticut, the No. 17 receiver in the class and the No. 124 player in the country.

Committed ‼️🙏🏽🏈 #RoyalSide pic.twitter.com/NoEYAj7aSb

— Tarik Black (@LetmeRockk_) December 14, 2016

Black is commit No. 21 for the Wolverines' 2017 class, joining Brad Hawkins as the second receiver in the class.

Michigan currently owns the No. 7 recruiting class in the country behind Alabama, Ohio State, Georgia, Oklahoma, LSU and Texas A&M.

Michigan also lost a commitment Wednesday when four-star running back commit A.J. Dillon flipped to Boston College. Dillon is the No. 1 recruit in Massachusetts and No. 301 overall.