Gareon Conley decommits from Michigan, visiting Ohio State

Mike McGinnis

Recruiting is heating up in the Big Ten.

Gareon Conley, one of the top cornerback recruits in the country, has decommitted from the Michigan Wolverines. Conley originally committed to the Wolverines in early March. Out of Massilon (OH) Washington High School, Conley is a consensus four-star prospect, and was one of Michigan's top defensive back recruits.

Worse yet for Michigan fans, is that Conley says he plans to visit the Ohio State Buckeyes, who defeated the Wolverines Saturday:

Scout describes the 6'2 Conley as follows:

Conley has great length for a corner. He runs, changes directions and shows the fluidity to play the position even though he's a little taller than average. He has outstanding instincts and gets the jump on routes because of his timing and anticipation. Shows comfort in both man and zone schemes. Has good ball skills and height helps him with taller receivers. Needs to get stronger, but is a solid, aggressive tackler. – Allen Trieu

Michigan's 2013 class now sits at 22 commitments.

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