Linebacker Davion Rogers commits to Michigan football team
The Michigan football team's first recruiting weekend of the new year produced at least one verbal commitment.
Linebacker/defensive end Davion Rogers of Warren (Ohio) Harding committed to the Wolverines on Sunday after taking an official visit to campus, according to Rivals.com and Scout.com.
Rogers had been committed to West Virginia.
Michigan hosted 10 players on official visits over the weekend, including Rogers and teammate D.J. Williamson, a receiver who committed to Michigan last spring.
The 6-foot-6, 210-pound Rogers is Michigan's 25th known commitment. Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez said Sunday he expects to enroll a 26-person class, though the Wolverines could sign more players.
Six 2010 recruits already have started classes, and a seventh - quarterback Devin Gardner - will enroll on Tuesday.