Detroit (Mich.) Murray-Wright wide receiver Dominique Douglas was in attendance at the Ohio State-Michigan game on an unofficial visit with the Wolverines. Before the game Douglas had said he wasn't sure which side he was going to sit on since the Wolverines and Buckeyes were his two favorites.
"I sat on the Michigan side," Douglas said. "It was a fun game. It was real interesting. It was exciting."
As a guest of Michigan, Douglas talked with the Wolverine coaches.
"I talked to coach Campbell and the offensive coordinator," Douglas said. "We talked about my official visit, when they want me to come there. I'll probably visit Michigan Dec. 16."
Douglas also spoke with the Buckeyes while he was at the 'Big House.'
"I talked to coach Hazel," Douglas said. "And I talked to Eddie George too. I liked the way Ohio State threw the ball. It was real fun to watch.
"Ohio State and Michigan are still my two favorites. They are both the same. I like them both. I'm going to wait for my visits to decide."
Douglas has official visits set to Bowling Green Dec. 2 and Ohio State Dec. 9. While Michigan and Bowling Green have offered a scholarship, Ohio State has not to this point.
"They just got my tape a couple days ago," Douglas said. "I'm going to be talking to coach Hazel about (an offer)."
The 6-foot-0 and 175-pound Douglas had a break-out senior season. He caught 85 passes for 1500 yards, averaging over 17 yards per catch. Douglas scored 24 times.