Michigan has a few big uncommitted prospects visiting for the spring game on Saturday. Names such as defensive end Joey Bosa (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas), Christian Lacouture (College Station, Texas/A&M Consolidated) and linebacker E.J. Levenberry (Woodbridge, Va./CD Hylton) will be on hand.
Defensive back Kendall Fuller (Olney, Md./Good Counsel) will also be in Ann Arbor for his first visit to see the Wolverines in action.
"Mainly I'm just excited to see everything," he said. "I want to see what type of vibe I get, and I'm really excited to watch Blake (Countess)."
Fuller is good friends and former teammates with current cornerback Countess, and Fuller plans on watching how they use his friend in the defense. He will partially be watching to see what kind of success his former teammate is having, but also what kind of success he could have as a Wolverine.
This visit could help Michigan with its chances with Fuller, who recently came out with a top six consisting of Clemson, Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Michigan, Maryland and Alabama. Despite not visiting the Wolverines he still lists them among the top group.
"I just like what they're doing with the program," he said. "And it's somewhere I could see myself at, and just the legacy of the school."
Fuller isn't quite sure of what other visits he will take after Michigan, but he plans on taking all of his official visits before making a decision.