Deontay Greenberry, Dennis Norfleet Pull Signing Day Switches

A pair of top-10 offensive weapons flipped on their National Signing Day commitments, as Fresno wide receiver Deontay Greenberry shunned the Notre Dame Fighting Irish for the Houston Cougars and Dennis Norfleet left the Cincinnati Bearcats for the Michigan Wolverines. Both are rated as four-star players by recruiting services. Rivals lists Greenberry as its No. 7 wide receiver and Norfleet as its No. 5 all-purpose running back.

An especially surprising pickup for UH as the Coogs have just lost star head coach Kevin Sumlin and longtime quarterback Case Keenum, while Notre Dame has picked up five-star freshman quarterback Gunner Kiel.

For Michigan, adding Norfleet boosts what was already the Big Ten's second best class by far. At five-foot-seven and 170 pounds, he could add a dimension to an offense that has already been a little bit more dynamic than Brady Hoke let on.

For more on the parties involved, visit SB Nation Detroit and SB Nation Houston, plus Notre Dame blog One Foot Downand Cincinnati blog Down the Drive. For more, stay tuned to SB Nation's college football recruiting hub and our many fine college football blogs.

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