WolverineNation will be running Q&A’s with the parents of the Michigan commitments leading up to signing day to give their perspective on the recruiting process. Here is a look at what safety commit Jeremy Clark’s father, Jerrell, had to say.
Q: Are you happy with the way your son's recruitment turned out?
A: Yes, I think the coaching staff at Michigan treated him very well, and treated the whole family very well. I think I enjoyed it more than my son did.
The one thing I really enjoyed was the way Michigan communicated with us and let us know what was going on. If I had any questions, they answered them. When we visited for the Notre Dame game that was one of the best experiences of my life.
Q: Did you think he would end up at Michigan?
A: I really didn't know because I didn't go to the camp with him. When he came back he was really excited about Michigan being. He told me that he didn't think they wanted him, though.
Then a couple days later he got a phone call from his coach that said Michigan was interested. He was committed even with the gray shirt and didn't want to talk to anyone else. It was Michigan all the way even when other schools started calling him.