Stanley Norman went to Michigan's camp this past weekend, had a strong performance and now the 2015 athlete from Culver City, Calif., is even more excited about the Wolverines.
The 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect who looked good at numerous 7on7 tournaments this off-season said Michigan did not offer but he's highly interested in the Big Ten powerhouse especially after visiting Ann Arbor and connecting with assistant coach Dan Ferrigno.
"It was good," Norman said. "It was really good.
"The camp was good. I pretty much dominated. I got overall MVP of the camp so it was pretty good. The campus was beautiful. I liked it a lot. That just brought up a lot of interest in Michigan.
"Every time Michigan sees me there is more and more interest and after the camp he put even more interest into me with them. Coach Ferrigno, I like that dude so much. I went to receiver for a few reps and I killed it. I lit that dude up something crucial so coach Ferrigno was like, 'I don't know where I'm going to play you.'"
So far, the Culver City standout has landed offers from Akron, Marshall, San Jose State, UCLA, Utah and Washington State.
Norman said Cincinnati is also showing a lot of new interest and an offer could come after the coaching staff watches his sophomore highlight film. Many other Pac-12 programs and even some SEC teams are showing early interest in the 2015 recruit.
But Michigan appeals to Norman a lot. He had a great time at the Wolverines' camp, his relationship with Ferrigno could play a role in his recruitment and the Culver City recruit plans to keep in touch with them.
"I'm going to keep in contact with them for sure," Norman said. "I like it there a lot."