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Ohio State commit Shaun Wade will visit Michigan on October 1st

The five-star cornerback will not attend the BBQ, but will visit Michigan on October 1st.

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Even though Shaun Wade can not make it to Michigan for the BBQ at The Big House, he will still visit the school.

“We have practice and I have no transportation,” Wade said regarding why he will not make it to Ann Arbor on August 6th.

However, the five-star cornerback told Maize n Brew that he will visit Michigan on October 1st. Michigan plays Wisconsin at The Big House on that same day.

Wade committed to Ohio State on January 12, 2015, but has seemed to have Michigan in the back of his mind throughout his entire recruitment process.

The No. 17 overall player in the 2017 class, according to 247Sports, has offers on the table from Ohio State, Alabama, Florida, Michigan, Notre Dame, Florida State, Stanford, Virginia Tech, Akron, Clemson, Duke, FIU, Florida Atlantic, Georgia, Georgia Southern, Indiana, Kentucky, Miami (FL), North Carolina, Old Dominion, Ole Miss, Penn State, Purdue, South Alabama, Tulane, UCLA, USF, Utah and Wisconsin. The third-best cornerback in the nation and the fourth ranked player in the state of Florida was recruited to play for Michigan by Don Brown and Chris Partridge.

Even without Wade, the BBQ at The Big House will host multiple stars. Believe it or not, Alabama commit Najee Harris, who is the top player in the Class of 2017, will be in attendance.