St. John’s senior quarterback Kevin Doyle decommitted from Michigan on Sunday. The three-star recruit committed to the Wolverines back in September.
Thank you Coach Hamilton and Coach Harbaugh for the opportunity. I am officially decommitted from the University of Michigan. I will be signing with a new school on Wednesday, Feb 7th.
— Kevin Doyle (@Kevin_Doyle_13) February 4, 2018
Doyle led St. John’s to a 9-2 record and Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title for the first time in 28 years. He threw for 2,635 yards, 22 touchdowns and five interceptions in rout to being named the 2017 All-Met Offensive Player of the Year and the Gatorade Player of the Year for the District of Columbia.
Doyle is ranked the third best player in DC and the No. 23 quarterback in the nation. Doyle picked up offers from Arizona and Colorado State right after his decision to decommit from Michigan.
Doyle plans to sign with a school during National Signing Day on Wednesday.