The Michigan football team picked up its third commitment for 2013 on Monday afternoon, and it comes at a spot where the Wolverines are thin.
Khalid Hill, a tight end from Detroit Crockett High School, was offered by the Wolverines shortly before 4 p.m. He committed on the spot, coach Brady Hoke by his side.
Hill, who stands 6-foot-2, 235 pounds, follows quarterback Shane Morris and safety Dymonte Thomas in verbally committing to Michigan for 2013. The Wolverines are the only Big Ten school with as many as three commits. Ohio State has two.
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