Curtis picked U-M over Michigan State, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Cincinnati and multiple others. The 6-foot-4, 200-pound Nashville native is ranked as the No. 2 player in Tennessee and the No. 14 linebacker in the country by 247Sports' composite.
#AGTG 100% Committed!@CoachJim4UM @Coach_Minter @coachclink @GeorgeHelow @CoachMikeElston @AKarsch_UM @UMichFootball @CoachRocBatten @ShomariWhite73 @BallHawkU @NatlPlaymkrsAca pic.twitter.com/ZAohKfi3uc
— Mason Curtis (@MasonCurtis88) June 27, 2022
Michigan offered Curtis in April and his official visit to Ann Arbor came in mid-June. This fall, he'll enter his junior season at Ensworth High School in Nashville. During his sophomore season, Curtis' Tigers went 7-4 overall and 4-1 in district play.
Currently, Michigan's roster features four Tennesseans: defensive backs Kody Jones and Myles Pollard alongside linebackers Junior Colson and Trevor Andrews.
The Wolverines' 2022 recruiting class has 22 signees and is ranked No. 12 in the country by 247. U-M's 2023 class has seven commitments and is ranked No. 43 in the country by 247.
Chandler Engelbrecht is a reporting intern at the Free Press and can be reached at CEngelbrecht@freepress.com. Follow him on Twitter @ctengelbrecht.
This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Michigan football: 2024 4-star LB Mason Curtis commits