Five-star defensive tackle Aubrey Solomon chooses MI

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You can see a full breakdown of Michigan's recruiting class here.

That's the message Jim Harbaugh essentially had for prospective recruits on national signing day, as the Wolverines coach unveiled his plans to take the program overseas for the next four years.

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He is the No. 28 wide receiver in the 2017 class, according to 247Sports' Composite Rankings.

The recruit in question here is four-star wide receiver prospect Oliver Martin. Martin is also ranked as the No. 1 player at any position in Iowa and his signing adds to the Wolverines picking up the No. 1 recruits from Michigan, Connecticut, New Jersey, New Mexico, and Rhode Island.

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Martin, who hails from Iowa City West Senior, picked MI over Notre Dame. He is the second-highest-ranked defensive tackle MI has landed since 2006.

Just to be clear, Solomon meant to commit to MI. LSU, Florida State, Oklahoma, Auburn and Florida round out the top 10.

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How they'll fit in: Peoples-Jones, ranked as one the top players at any position and The Associated Press Division 1-2 Player of the Year in 2016, will have a shot to step in and play right away because MI is without departed receivers Amara Darboh and Jehu Chesson.