Michigan Football Gets ’23 Engagement From 4-Star LB Semaj Bridgeman

Just days after Michigan Football 2023’s recruiting class took a major hit in June, a Friday signing in Ann Arbor earlier in July gave some hope again.

With the departure of four-star Florida linebacker Raylen Wilson on Wednesday, the Wolverines’ league had fallen to No. 55 nationally and No. 13 in the Big Ten. But on Friday, Michigan added a four-star linebacker from Pennsylvania in Semaj Bridgeman.

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Bridgeman of the Imhotep Institute in Philadelphia pledged corn and blue via Twitter Friday night, releasing a statement along with a picture of himself wearing the No. 7 in Michigan gear. The 6-2, 230-pound defenseman is the No. 20 linebacker nationally in the 247 Sports composite rankings and the No. 6 recruit in Pennsylvania.

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