Story impressed by Michigan

Cleveland Glenville 2015 athlete Trevon Story attended Michigan's BBQ at the Big House in July. This past Saturday he was back in Ann Arbor to see the Wolverine's night game against Notre Dame.
"It was real exciting," Story said of the game. "That halftime show was epic… best halftime show I ever saw. The band was playing Beyonce, they had dimmed the lights and it was like a real show."
The 5-foot-8, 165-pound Story is being looked at for both wide receiver and cornerback at the college level, and he paid attention to how Michigan used both positions on Saturday.
"I was watching both, but the player I paid the most attention to was [Jeremy] Gallon, the receiver," Story said. "He had a big game with eight receptions and three touchdowns. The cornerback [Blake Countess] had a big game too."
Story attended Saturday's game with four-star class of 2014 teammates Marshon Lattimore and Erick Smith. They watched former Glenville star Frank Clark got the start at defensive end for Michigan on Saturday.
"[Clark] played a good game and made some tackles," Story said. "We got to the game late so we didn't really get to talk to the coaches."
Story is off to a quick start in his recruitment, grabbing early offers from Georgia Tech and Kentucky. Other schools that have invited him to games include Louisville, Nebraska and Pittsburgh, but he does not have any future trips schedules yet.
"We're just planning it as we go right now," Story said. "I think I am going with Marshon and Marcelys when they are supposed to be going to Alabama later on."
Story had a big game in his team's second game of the season this past Friday, recording a 70-yard touchdown catch and an interception.