According to Rivals.com, University of Michigan top quarterback recruit Shavodrick Beaver from Wichita Falls, Texas has decommited and is heading to the University of Tulsa.
This defiently hurts Michigan in some sort. Still, Tate Forcier, another Michigan quarterback recruit is good enough to step in and produce early results. Earlier this week, Beaver was quoted as saying he was still coming to the University of Michigan.
Losing Beaver, a four star recruit, will hurt Michigan which in their offense the quarterback takes multiple hits a game. Coach Rodriguez believes it's always good to have a few quarterbacks. With the loss of Sam McGuffie earlier in the week, the Wolverines dismal woes keep on keeping on.
Only two of the top eight dual-threat QB prospects are still undecided, No.2 quarterback Tyrik Rollison and No.3 quarterback Tajh Boyd, but they both aren't interested in the University of Michigan.