ANN ARBOR, MI – OCTOBER 13: Lavert Hill #24 of the Michigan Wolverines celebrates his second half touchdown with Josh Metellus #14 after intercepting a pass against the Wisconsin Badgers on October 13, 2018 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)The Michigan Wolverines got some huge recruiting news on Saturday morning. RJ Moten, a four-star safety from Delran, New Jersey, announced his commitment.Moten was considered a Michigan lean, and he announced earlier in the week that he planned on making his decision on Saturday. Considering he was on Michigan’s campus this weekend, this was expected.Moten is a four-star player for the class of 2020 who stands at 6-foot, 200 pounds. 247 Sports ranks him as the 93rd-best player in the country.Moten had 20 offers – including ones from other top schools like Penn State and Notre Dame. Motel’s announcement came on Twitter. It features a graphic with a quote from head coach Jim Harbaugh and the words “finally committed.”finally committed❤️❤️ #goblue pic.twitter.com/MX4eXG7t5l— rj moten (@rjmoten_) July 27, 2019This is a big get for Michigan on the defensive side of the ball.Michigan currently has the eighth-best recruiting class in the country, and second in the Big Ten to only Ohio State. The Wolverines are looking good for the 2020 class.Moten is the 23rd commitment for Michigan’s 2020 class.