Walls returns from Michigan official visit

Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills defensive back Darrin Walls began his official visits last weekend with a short trip. Walls attended the Pitt-Notre Dame game in Pittsburgh. He was in Ann Arbor for an official visit to Michigan this weekend.
"I just got home," Walls said. "I liked it there.
"I liked how the football players are down to earth. They're not just about football. And I liked the coaches."
Asked which visit he liked better, Michigan or Pitt, Walls said, "I'd have to say I liked the Michigan visit more because I'm from Pittsburgh and I already knew what that is like.
"But I have no favorite. Whatever school I choose, it's going to be tough. My three favorites are still Pitt, Michigan, and Notre Dame."
Walls also has official visits scheduled to Florida Sept. 18 and Notre Dame Oct. 15. If he takes a fifth official visit it will be to West Virginia or Penn State.
The 6-foot-1 and 175 pound Walls, who was hosted by Steve Breaston while at Michigan, is the No. 1 cornerback prospect in the player rankings and the No. 2 prospect in the state of Pennsylvania.