The rich keep getting richer.
The University of Michigan football program received another verbal commitment on Wednesday, but this time it was from 2013 wide receiver Da’Mario Jones (John Glenn High School, Westland, Mich.).
Jones was once a verbal commitment to Central Michigan. He committed to the Chippewas on July 31, but has since switched his commitment to the Wolverines.
Michigan picks up a 2013 commitment from WR Da’Mario Jones today. Previously committed to Central Michigan.
— Michael Spath (@Spath_Wolverine) October 31, 2012
He is a 6-foot-2, 192-pound receiver who is a bit undersized to play on the outside.
He reportedly visited Michigan for the UMass game and was planning on taking visits to other football schools, but apparently he liked what he saw in Ann Arbor.
Jones had offers from Central Michigan, Bowling Green and Toledo, among others. He has drew interest from Michigan State.
Despite Michigan having only one scholarship offer available, it was smart it was the Wolverines to offer him because the team may be losing Gareon Conley. Conley is expected to have his scholarship revoked because he wants to visit with Ohio State and Oregon. Michigan also lost offensive lineman David Dawson earlier this month.