Cincinnati (Ohio) Colerain linebacker Cobrani Mixon helped pave the way for his team winning 15 straight games including a state championship during his junior season. And in the process 6-foot-2, 220 pounder established himself as a major college prospect.
He currently has a favorite among the schools that are recruiting him.
"I'm going to Michigan camp," Mixon said. "Michigan is my favorite. I've been there the most. I know the most about them. They're supposed to offer soon."
Mixon recently got back from Junior Days in Ann Arbor and in his hometown.
"I went to Michigan and UC junior days. Both of them were good," he said. "Cincinnati is building a lot of new stuff."
Miami (Ohio) already has offered Mixon. He is interested in several others.
"I'm interested in Michigan, Alabama, Florida, West Virginia, Minnesota, probably Virginia Tech," Mixon said.
As far as which schools he will visit, he hasn't determined that yet.
Mixon made 100 tackles including nine sacks as he was names all-conference and all-city. He played inside linebacker during his junior year after a sophomore season at defensive end.
Recruiters see Mixon as a linebacker.