Detroit (Mich.) Murray-Wright wide receiver Dominique Douglas will be in attendance at the Michigan-Ohio State game Saturday. It will be an unofficial visit to the "Big House" for Douglas.
However, if Douglas knows where he will be sitting for the big game, he is not letting on.
"Ohio State called and wanted to know if I'll sit on their side or Michigan's side," Douglas said. "I'm undecided right now."
And the reason Douglas is undecided is where the two schools rank on his list.
"Out of the schools that have offered me (a scholarship), Michigan is my favorite," Douglas said. "Out of all of them it's a tie between Ohio State and Michigan."
Douglas has begun to schedule his official visits.
"I have Bowling Green Dec. 2 and I go to Ohio State Dec. 9," Douglas said. "And I'll visit Michigan, Michigan State and probably Wisconsin. It's pretty much those five and Colorado and Cincinnati."
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.
Douglas said he has scholarship offers from Michigan, Bowling Green and Eastern Michigan thus far.