Rivals250 class of 2016 running back Kentrail Moran is up to six scholarship offers following his two most recent from a pair of Big Ten programs.
Both offers came in on July 24, with the first arriving from Michigan via assistant coach Jeff Hecklinski.
"Coach Heck told me he wanted to get this 2015 class out of the way and also that he had looked into my film more," Moran said. "I think Michigan is a great school. I have liked them throughout my high school career. I haven't been there yet, but I am going to soon and am looking into that."
Without a first-hand, on-campus evaluation of Michigan, much of what Moran knows about the Wolverines has come from his interactions with Hecklinski.
"We have had a relationship since my freshman year. He is honest with me and tells me right from wrong," Moran said. "I am pretty excited for the offense this year because they get a great coach from Alabama who did a great job there."
The offer from Michigan was followed by one later that day from Indiana. Moran has yet to discuss the offer with the coaches, but has been on the Hoosier's campus already.
"I visited there before, but that was way before they offered," Moran said. "I actually went up for a game when they played Penn State. It was real nice."
The 5-foot-9, 186-pound Moran previously had received offers from Illinois, Kansas, Northern Illinois and Syracuse. He started off ranked as the No. 182 player in the 2016 class and rushed for 1,140 yards with 14 total touchdowns as a sophomore for O'Fallon (Ill.) High.