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Jim Harbaugh Has Gotten 3 Commitments At Michigan In A Span Of Less Than 24 Hours

Heading into this weekend, Michigan's 2015 recruiting class wasn't great. It probably wasn't even considered good. The Wolverines' class ranked in the 90s nationally with just six commitments. 

It's starting to look better, though. Jim Harbaugh got his first commitment as Michigan's coach on Saturday, when defensive end Reuben Jones pledged to the Wolverines. Later that day, four-star quarterback Zach Gentry flipped from Texas to Michigan. And on Sunday afternoon, Harbaugh received his third commitment as Michigan's leader, as offensive tackle Nolan Ulizio has committed to play in Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Harbaugh has received three commitments in a span of less than 24 hours. 

">@NolanUlizio: Proud to say that I have officially committed to the university of Michigan pic.twitter.com/vIfWLgoVDi — Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH)

3rd commit for UofM RT @NolanUlizio: Proud to say that I have officially committed to the university of Michigan pic.twitter.com/vIfWLgoVDi

— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) January 25, 2015

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With Ulizio's commitment, Michigan's class should rise into the 60s, nationally. The Wolverines' class should continue to get better as National Signing Day (Wednesday, Feb. 4) approaches.