American Heritage High School (Florida) defensive tackle Nesta Silvera told Maize n Brew that he thinks an offer from Michigan is coming.
American Heritage High School (FL) defensive tackle Nesta Silvera told @MaizenBrew that he thinks an offer from Michigan is coming.— Evan Petzold (@EvanPetzold) July 8, 2016
“Yeah,” Silvera said when asked if he thinks Michigan will offer. “When I was up there the coaches showed major love and they just want to see some more from me.”
The 6-foot-2, 310-pound defensive tackle believes Florida State and Clemson will be offering him soon.
Nesta Silvera believes Florida State and Clemson will be offering him soon. https://t.co/9Pg7Ge8n5k— Evan Petzold (@EvanPetzold) July 8, 2016
Silvera visited Michigan for camps from June 17-19 and enjoyed working with offensive coordinator Tim Drevno.
“When I was up there I was with coach [Tim] Drevno,” he said. “The most he likes is what I can do on both sides of the ball.”
The 2018 graduate has offers from Miami (FL), Mississippi State, Bowling Green, Florida Atlantic, Kentucky, Syracuse, Temple, and USF.
Recently, Kai-Leon Herbert, who is a teammate of Silvera, committed to Michigan. Herbert is pushing to get Silvera and others to play for the Maize and Blue in the Big House.
“He tells me it would be a great place for me,” Silvera said. “He wants more of our teammates in Ann Arbor too.”
The defensive tackle is planning to visit Michigan for a game this season.