The recruitment for more members of the Michigan coaching staff allegedly continues today.
According to Rivals' Patrick Loney, Jim Harbaugh and Kentucky's tight end and recruiting coordinator, Vince Marrow, are planning on meeting today.
"Michigan and (Vince) Marrow will meet today," Loney tweeted on Friday. "Still thinks he stays at UK."
Marrow, a former NFL tight end, has been on the Kentucky staff with head coach Mark Stoops since 2012 and received a promotion to recruiting coordinator in 2013. Marrow is known as an excellent recruiter in the state of Ohio.
According to blogger and radio host Matt Jones, Kentucky expects to hear the fate of Marrow soon.
"I do expect we will know whether Vince Marrow stays at Kentucky or goes to Michigan by tomorrow," Jones tweeted on Thursday.
Kentucky losing Marrow, who is allegedly very close to Stoops, would be a huge blow to the Wildcats but a big gain, especially in recruiting, for Harbaugh.
Either way, it appears that word of whether Marrow stays or goes will filter out relatively soon.
UPDATE: According to Scout's Bill Greene, Michigan has in fact offered Vince Marrow a position despite confusion as to whether the meeting actually took place.
Michigan has offered a position to Kentucky TE coach Vince Marrow. No decision yet from Marrow.($) http://t.co/SQF1BIQaYd— Bill Greene (@BillBankGreene) January 2, 2015