Grand Rapids (Mich.) Catholic Central's Obi Ezeh landed a scholarship offer from Michigan last week. It may not be long till he accepts.
"Last time I talked to you I had offers from Western Michigan and Indiana," Ezeh said. "Now Eastern Michigan and Michigan have offered.
"Michigan offered about three or four days ago. Lloyd Carr offered me. He called and talked to my coach. They called me down to the office and I called him back.
"I might visit Western in December. But I just got that offer from Michigan, so I might commit. So I don't know if I need that visit to Western.
"I might go to the Michigan-Penn State game. I've been to a couple Michigan games already. Michigan is recruiting me as linebacker, tight end, or defensive end."
The 6-foot-2 and 220-pound Ezeh sprained his ankle early in the season and has missed some playing time. He reports being about 80% at this point.
Through seven games including six victories, Ezeh has over 600 yards rushing and seven touchdowns. He is playing sparingly on the defensive side of the ball in large part due to the ankle injury.