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Michigan has misplaced a cornerback in its 2019 recruiting class. 

Te’Cory Couch, a Four-star nook from Florida, introduced his decommitment from Michigan’s class Saturday. 

A 5-foot-9, 148-pounder from Hollywood, Fla., Couch committed to the Wolverines on April 15. He had been dedicated to Tennessee.

But the No. 244-ranked participant, in keeping with the 247Spotrs composite, within the class is again on the recruiting market.

Michigan’s class dips to 10 pledges for 2019. The group ranks No. 14 nationally and No. 2 within the Big Ten, in keeping with the 247Sports composite.

Couch was the one defensive again dedicated to Michigan’s class.

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A take a look at the Wolverines’ 2018 regular-season schedule, which opens at Notre Dame on Sept. 1, and finishes at Ohio State on Nov. 24. Video by Ryan Ford, Detroit Free Press