One of the many big time prospects at Michigan on Sunday was 2016 offensive tackle Clark Yarbrough. The Woodberry Forrest (Va.) Woodberry Forrest School star seemed to really enjoy his trip.
"We did everything," said the 6-foot-6, 257-pound Yarbrough. "It started off with a scavenger hunt through campus. It was a lot of fun. They broke the players up into teams and I was with a lot of the 2016 offensive linemen. It was a good time getting to know them.
"I spent a good amount of the day with Ben Bredeson," he said. "We talked a lot about recruiting and where we are both at. It was nice to talk to some that is going through the same things that I am.
"They had a big bar-b-que and fed us while he got a lot of face time with the coaches," Yarbrough said. "I had a really good time. Coach Funk and coach Manning both recruit me and I'm pretty close with both of them. They both like for me to call them about once a week. I like coach Hoke a lot. He's a very approachable guy and easy to talk to. I'm a big fan of the entire coaching staff."
This was Yarbrough's second visit to Ann Arbor and he will be returning with his parents for the Penn State game this fall.
In the mean time, Yarbrough will be taking another visit.
"I'm going to see Oklahoma on Sunday," he said. "I'm hoping to see something different. This is the first Big 12 school I'm going to see. It's definitely going to be unique and I can't wait to get out there."