Michigan coach Brady Hoke will have an in-home visit with four-star cornerback Stefan McClure on Monday night as the Vista, Calif., standout is expected to announce his college decision either Thursday or Friday.
McClure, one of the top cornerbacks at the recent U.S. Army All-American Bowl, visited Ann Arbor this past weekend and told Rivals.com he liked his trip, got a chance to talk with Hoke, new defensive coordinator Greg Mattison and other coaches.
Star quarterback Denard Robinson was McClure's host at Michigan and the trip went well but the weather could be a concern.
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Will the 5-foot-11, 170-pound prospect be willing to play in such cold weather during football season or will he choose one of the other schools remaining on his list - UCLA, Cal, Oregon State and Boise State - many of which have more similar climates to McClure's hometown.
All those programs along with San Diego State have already had in-home visits with McClure, rated ninth at cornerback and No. 118 nationally by Rivals.com. Michigan should get the last crack at McClure before he decides.
"I talked to him (Monday) and he wants to make a decision either Thursday or Friday," Vista coach Dan Williams said.
"He has a home visit (Monday night) with Brady and then after that he said he wants to come in and talk (Tuesday) and have a decision by the end of the week."
Williams and McClure have not had much time to talk about the Michigan visit yet but that could happen when the two sit down and discuss his recruitment over the next couple days.
At the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, McClure told Rivals.com that Cal and Boise State had moved to the top of his list. That could have changed in recent weeks because other things have altered in his recruitment.
McClure was supposed to take an official visit to UCLA after the Army game but decided to take a trip to Michigan instead. The Bruins are still considered a contender since he is so familiar with the program and has visited campus before.