ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon says Florida prep football star Demar Dorsey has been informed he will not be admitted to the school.
Brandon told The Associated Press on Wednesday the decision was made by the university’s office of undergraduate admissions.
The highly touted defensive back was one of the top players coach Rich Rodriguez signed in February. Michigan’s secondary has struggled the past two years.
The 6-foot, 175-pound Dorsey was a star at Lauderdale Lakes High school.
Dorsey is a cousin of Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson. Michigan lured him away from his verbal commitment to the University of Florida. Southern California and Florida State also recruited him.