Jabrill Peppers isn't the only player at Paramus (N.J.) Paramus Catholic that Michigan is interested in. Juwan Bushell-Beatty was also on the Ann Arbor campus on Thursday to see what the Big Ten program was all about.
"I liked it and I had a lot of fun with the players and the coaches," said the 6-foot-5, 295-pound Bushell-Beatty. "They were great and I really felt comfortable there. I just had a really good time.
"The coaches were great," he said. "I met Coach Hoke and he was a very down to earth guy and he was very honest and will keep it really straight with the players, which I really liked.
"I got to talk to Coach Funk too," said Bushell Beatty. "I meet a few of the players and liked them. We were there for practice and I liked the way they were so intense and the way they hit. That's something I'm looking for."
Bushell-Beatty will be at Ohio State on Friday to check out the Buckeyes.
"Hopefully will pick up offer from Ohio State," he said. "I try to keep in contact with the coaches and let them know what's going on."
Michigan, Florida State, Florida, West Virginia and other high profile programs have offered Bushell-Beatty but he doesn't know when he will start narrowing down his list.
"I don't really have a timeline in mind yet," he said. "I'm just taking it slow. Where ever I feel most comfortable is where I'm gong to be."
Bushell-Beatty has announced that he will play in the Under Armour All-American Game.