Michigan football flips three-star Stanford defensive tackle

The situation looked to be trending Michigan football’s way for three-star Cameron Brandt as national signing day approached.

Brandt had been committed to Stanford since July 22, but once Stanford coach David Shaw resigned after the season

 — the pendulum started to sway. In the past few days,

crystal balls from 247Sports started coming in the Wolverines’ favor.

And that’s exactly what happened.

On Wednesday, the 6-foot-4, 260-pound senior decommitted from Stanford and signed with Michigan as part of the 2023 class.

Brandt hails from Chatsworth (California) Sierra Canyon High School.

According to 247Sports, he is a four-star recruit. But according to their composite,

he is the No. 453 recruit in the country and is a three-star.

He is a versatile defensive lineman that can play anywhere on the line.

 Brandt could play the edge or bulk up and shift inside.

Brandt had offers from Arizona, California, Oregon, USC, UCLA and Washington among others.


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