Cincinnati (Ohio) Colerain defensive back Eugene Clifford returned from Michigan's camp on Wednesday. It marked the third year in a row Clifford has camped with the Wolverines.
"It was alright," Clifford said. "I liked the 7-on-7 and the 1-on-1 stuff."
Clifford is a target of the Wolverines, so it's not surprising Michigan coach Lloyd Carr spent time with him.
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"I talked with coach Carr a little, Clifford said. "And coach (Mike) Debord."
Clifford, who said he probably would not be able to make it to Ohio State's senior advanced camp on Friday, is being pursued by schools from coast-to-coast, but says he is mainly thinking about a handfull of colleges.
"Ohio State, Michigan, Florda, and Florida State," Clifford said. "That's about it. They all offered. I don't have a favorite. I'll wait and take official visits."
When asked what he is looking for in a college, Clifford said, "A tradition of winning. Good coaches and players I can depend on. And a good education."
The 6-foot-2 and 190-pound Clifford has played safety since his sophomore year. He had four interceptions that season and six more his junior year. But this talented athlete also has what it takes to be a fine wide receiver at the next level.
"Safety, cornerback, wide receiver, it really doesn't matter to me," Clifford said.