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2020 ATH Jaheem Joseph commits to Northwestern

The Miami native had offers from Michigan (!) and Louisville

Via @LockemupJah_7 on Twitter

Clearly, the Northwestern coaching staff has been hitting the recruiting trail hard. The Wildcats picked up their second 2020 commit in as many days as athlete Jaheem Joseph announced his pledge to Northwestern Sunday afternoon on Twitter.

A native of Miami, Joseph posted photos of his visit to Evanston on Saturday afternoon before committing the Wildcats less than 24 hours later. He’s a three-star prospect according to Rivals who plays cornerback, safety, and quarterback at Monsignor Edward Pace High School, where Northwestern legend Anthony Walker Jr. attended high school. In all likelihood, we’ll see Joseph, who is 5-foot-10, at cornerback when he gets to Evanston.

Joseph didn’t have a ton of offers, but he commit to Northwestern over Michigan and Louisville, which is a big win for this staff.

Check out some of his junior year highlights here: