Michigan star heads south for game

Orchard Lake (Mich.) St. Marys wide receiver Taurian Washington, who had previously attended Michigan State's spring game, headed south for Ohio State's spring game this past weekend.
"I liked it," Washington said. "I liked how the fans show so much support for Ohio State."
Washington said there was more to like about his visit with the Buckeyes.
"I liked watching them play," he said. "I talked to basically all the coaches. I thought the facilities were nice."
Washington has visited other schools this spring.
"I went to a Michigan spring practice," he said. "I went to Michigan State's spring game. I went to a Notre Dame junior day."
Washington has quite a list of scholarship offers and schools he is looking at.
"I'm interested in a lot of schools," he said. "Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State -- basically schools that have offered. Georgia Tech, North Carolina State, Wisconsin, Penn State, Illinois and Iowa. All of them except Ohio State have offered."
Washington may soon be back in Columbus.
"I might be going to the Ohio State NIKE Camp May 5," he said.
The 6-foot-0 and 167-pound Washington caught 35 passes and scored 12 times during his junior season. Washington said he would like to select his college before the start of the football season.