Chesson chooses Michigan
Wolverines land coveted receiver as 24th commitment in Class of 2012
Updated: December 21, 2011, 1:36 PM ETBy Tom VanHaaren | WolverineNation
Wide receiver Jehu Chesson (Chesterfield, Mo./Ladue Horton Watkins) has become Michigan's 24th commitment for the 2012 class, choosing the Wolverines over Iowa and Northwestern. The Michigan coaching staff had been looking to land two top-level wide receivers for the 2012 class for quite some time. It seemed as though the prospects that were left on Michigan's board were going to take their time, and wait their decisions out. Those timelines gave the fans some anxiety about Michigan's chances, but the Wolverines eventually landed their first wideout with Amara Darboh (West Des Moines, Iowa/Dowling) after his official visit to Ann Arbor blew him away.
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