Michigan nearing another commitment

Grand Rapids (Mich.) Catholic Central running back and linebacker Obi Ezeh is ready for his second official visit. It will likely be his last trip.
"I visited Indiana over the weekend," Ezeh said. "It was a pretty good visit.
"I got a lot of questions answered. I liked the campus and the coaches. The players I met were friendly.
"The head coach told me what I could bring to the university. He said I'd have a chance to play right off the bat."
But all that may not be enough to entice Ezeh to leave the state of Michigan to play his college football.
"This week I go down to Ann Arbor (for an official visit)," Ezeh said. "That's it right now.
"I'm keeping an open mind, but right now I've narrowed it down to Michigan and Indiana."
Ezeh said both the Wolverines and Hoosiers have offered a scholarship.
"I'm probably leaning to Michigan," Ezeh said. "I'll probably decide before Christmas."
Catholic Central finished with an 11-2 record, losing in the state championship game.
The 6-foot-2 and 220 pound Ezeh rushed for 1400 yards and 12 touchdowns despite missing three games with a sprained ankle. He also played some linebacker.
"I'm projected more as a linebacker in college," Ezeh said.