Muncie (Ind.) Central defensive end Ryan Kerrigan attended Michigan's camp earlier this week. He takes part in Ohio State's camp today.
"I was at Michigan's camp," Kerrigan said. "It was good. I got a lot of reps. I learned a lot of things. I talked to coach (Mike) DeBord. He said he likes what he sees."
The Wolverines did not offer Kerrigan a scholarship, but Purdue, Indiana, Ball State, Cincinnati and Northern Illinois have. Kerrigan remains interested in those five schools as well as Michigan, Notre Dame, and Ohio State.
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"I leave for Ohio State (today)," Kerrigan said. "That will be my last camp.
"I'm not sure if I'll make any other visits this summer. I don't have any planned, but you never know."
The 6-foot-4 and 233-pound Kerrigan made 67 tackles including 14 sacks during his junior season. Kerrigan had eight tackles for loss and an interception he returned for a touchdown.
Kerrigan said he does not have a favorite school. He also said he is not sure when he will select a college and for now is not close to a decision.