Michigan Snags First Commit for 2010 Class: Florida WR Ricardo Miller

Ryan Senior Writer ISeptember 30, 2008

After picking up its 19th commit in the 2009 recruiting class (ATH Thomas Gordon from Michigan's Cass Tech), the Wolverines picked up their first commit for the 2010 class in FL WR Ricardo Miller.

Not much is available on Miller as he's only a junior, but the early buzz is definitely positive.  Insiders have him as one of the top players in Florida and a top 100 lock.

With Miller on board, this gives Michigan three straight classes with a star receiver in the mix—Daryl Stonum in '08, Bryce McNeal for '09, and Miller.

Florida Football Magazine ranks him as the No. 2 player in Florida's 2010 class—no small accomplishment.

A big coup for the Wolverines and a promising start to the 2010 recruiting class.

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