One of the many 2016 running back Michigan offered last week was Robert Washington. The Huntersville (N.C.) Southlake Christian Academy star is piling up offers but this offers but this offer seems to be different to Washington.
"It's a great offer," said the 5-foot-10, 206-pound Washington. "I've been talking to coach Jackson and coach Manning for a long time now. It's great to have a Michigan offer because I've been talking with those guys and building a relationship with them for a long time. It's a big school for me. Coach Nussmeier is the one that offered me.
"I think I was there last for the Akron game last year," he said. "I'll probably visit again for a game some time this fall."
"Georgia Tech was nice," Washington said. "They officially offered on Friday. I got to talk with coach Johnson and I walked around campus to get a good feel for it. They showed me some film and talked to me about where I would fit into their offense. It was a good visit.
"I went to Tennessee and watched their camp," he said. "I talked to coach Gillespie. He showed me their depth chart and I got a feel for how the coaches coach."
Washington has plenty of suitors but there are a few coaches he talks to more than others.
"I have a good relationship with coach Alford from Notre Dame, coach White from Syracuse, coach Al Washington from Boston College, coach Gillespie from Tennessee, coach Manning from Michigan," said Washington. "I also talk to some other guys from Florida."
There aren't any more visits on the horizon for Washington.