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3-Star QB Kevin Doyle Decommits From Michigan

Notre Dame's mascot running with a flag on the football field.

SOUTH BEND, IN - SEPTEMBER 17: The Notre Dame Fighting Irish mascot carries the school flag on the field before the game against the Michigan State Spartans on September 17, 2005 at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Michigan gained and lost a QB commitment today.

Earlier today, the Wolverines flipped Air Force quarterback commit Max Wittwer. Wittwer turned down scholarships from Air Force and Eastern Michigan to walk-on in Ann Arbor.

After picking up a quarterback commitment, the Wolverines have now lost one. Three-star Kevin Doyle has decommitted.

Doyle, who played for Washington (D.C.) St. John's College High, had been committed to Michigan since late-September. He announced his decision on Twitter this afternoon,

"Thank you Coach Hamilton and Coach Harbaugh for the opportunity. I am officially decommitted from the University of Michigan. I will be signing with a new school on Wednesday, Feb 7th," Doyle tweeted.

Doyle was one of two quarterbacks Michigan had taken in the 2018 class. The other one--four-star Joe Milton--signed with the Wolverines and enrolled early in January.

Doyle holds nearly two dozen scholarship offers, including multiple ones from Power 5 schools.

He should have no issues finding a new home.

Doyle is the No. 23 Pro-Style passer in the 2018 cycle.

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