Crete-Monee football player Anthony Standifer has withdrawn his commitment to play for the University of Michigan, Crete-Monee football coach Jerry Verde told The Times.
Standifer, a defensive back, will play in the Semper Fidelis All-American Game on Jan. 3 in Phoenix. He could not be reached for comment.
One recruiting service listed him as the No. 46 cornerback in the nation and No. 14 in Illinois.
"He has multiple schools looking at him seriously," Verde said.
Standifer was a Times All-Area selection with 32 solo tackles, 11 assists and four interceptions. As a junior, he led the state with nine interceptions.
He was a big part of Crete-Monee posting its first undefeated regular season since 1952. The Warriors finished 10-1, losing to Peoria Richwoods in the second round of the Class 6A playoffs.
Verde also said junior LaQuon Treadwell has been offered by Nebraska. He also has been offered by Michigan and Notre Dame.
Thornridge 57, South Shore 51: Tommy Green led three players in double-digit scoring with 19 points as the Falcons (5-5) beat the Tars (4-8).
Gene Jackson had 16 points, while Ryan Burch added 10.
McDipper XXXIX tickets on sale: Tickets for the McDipper Tournament at Rich South are $5 per session, with each session having four games.
The 16-team tourney starts Monday and runs Monday and Tuesday, then Thursday and concludes Dec. 30.
Horn Lake, Miss., 54, Marian Catholic 53: Dajhae Mullins and Ashton Millender had 12 points each, but the Times No. 2 Spartans (5-5) fell in the Mississippi Magic Citi Showdown in Holly Springs, Miss.
Mullins also had eight rebounds. Alanna Ferry had seven points, four steals and four assists as Marian dropped its second-straight game.
Megan Walsh had three blocks.
Marian Catholic plays White Haven, Tenn. today.