P.J. Fleck and the Western Michigan Broncos strangle hold on Mid-American Conference recruiting got tighter over the weekend. Already blessed with one of the top overall classes in the MAC, Fleck, and crew picked up another verbal commitment from a class of 2016 prospect on Sunday evening.
Under the radar recruit Rodney Graves Jr. announced on Twitter that he will continue his education, and football playing days at Western Michigan. Receiving his offer from the WMU staff last week, Graves Jr. chose the Broncos over a scholarship offer from NAIA program Davenport University.
The 6'2, 185-pound Graves Jr. does most of his damage as a wide receiver on the high school level for Detroit's Cody High School. Even though he shines on offense, Western Michigan is bringing Rodney in as an athlete.
With Graves Jr. now in the fold, Western Michigan's class of 2016 is currently sitting at 21 commits.
Get a small glimpse of what Graves Jr. will add to the Broncos roster with these highlights: